Author and blogger Pat Fortunato bets she can help you make sense of your romance dilemmas by answering a few questions. The funny woman visits GDNY to share insight on love and how to keep it.
Fortunato is an author, editor, and former publisher. She writes the humor blog I Can't Believe I'm Not Bitter.
Her latest book, a collection of humorous essays called "I Can't Believe I'm Not Bitter: Confessions of a Woman Who Breaks the Rules," is available on Amazon and Kindle.
In a previous life, she edited Kid City for Children's Television Workshop and created Muppet Magazine for Jim Hensen. She was also one of the first women to write comics, including The Girl Phantom for King Features.
She then founded the book packaging company, Mega Books, which produced thousands of titles, including movie tie-ins of The Lion King and Aladdin, and The New York Times best-selling Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series.
Her other published books include "The Official Kids Survival Kit" and "When We Were Young: An Album of Stars."
Pat lives in New York City with her husband, Lou, and too many books.
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