Yolanda Navarra Fleming MA

Yolanda Navarra Fleming

I am an author, blogger, magazine editor, memoirist, artist and musician with an eye for the unusual, keen intuition, and love for people. I'm also a mother of two teenagers and a wife for many years. Without my sense of humor, I'd be screwed. Life would be nothing but a to-do list that never lets up. But I believe in the struggle and the breakthroughs that lead to eventual satisfaction. It's all about the epiphanies! I also believe that if we could help each other just a little bit more, and treat life less like a competition and more like a group effort, we'd all be happier, maybe even less depressed. I laugh as often as possible and aim to help others join me. The mark I leave on the world may be nothing more than a good laugh. And that's fine with me.

Books Yolanda has Published

Divine Stupidity

Life is a journey and love is the vehicle, which can lead to happiness, but only when you decide you’re in the right vehicle and have enough gas to keep driving. The author, a natural born writer, studies life through an alter ego in an effort to understand what has driven her to stay in a job she hates, marry a man she does not love and chase married men. Faith aims to prove the theory that following your gut instinct can lead you to the divine, although the divine isn’t always what it appears

Chilangos in the House: The True Story of a MexiCAN

Meet Leo Cervantes, who shares a surname with Miguel de Cervantes, author of The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de La Mancha. Leo is most definitely a Don Quixote, one who always saw the positive side of life and went after it with passion, “no matter how hopeless, no matter how far.” According to both men named Cervantes, no dream is impossible. This book is the story of Leo’s poverty-stricken childhood, his absentee father, his loyal siblings, and his mother, a smart, creative, hard-working

Articles Yolanda has Published
Divine Stupidity and the Decision to Self-Publish
Divine Stupidity and the Decision to Self-Publish

It's a terrible thing to spend years (decades) writing a book only to be on the fence about whether or not you want people to read it. I mean, really, it's a book. What else can you do with it? Even so, »

It's a terrible thing to spend years (decades) writing a book only to be on the fence about whether or not you want people to read it. I mean, really, it's a book. What else can you do with it? Even so, there are still some days when I'd rather have it vanish into obscurity. It's VERY personal even with the pen name, the name changes, double-tweaked factoids, and embellishments. That's because I left..

Yolanda Navarra Fleming · May 12th, 2017

Yolanda Navarra Fleming · May 12th, 2017