Fort Valley State Graduate Jasmine Womack Writes Inspirational Book ‘Twenty Pearls of Wisdom’

Twenty Pearls of Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Self Preservation

In Womack’s Twenty Pearls of Wisdom, she shares twenty vital principles that will help individuals break the cycle of self-sabotage and create a life that they love. They will discover how to transform their lives, develop into a Pearl, and become a refined woman who realizes her worth and allows her beauty to shine from the inside out.

“At one time I was the “Self-Sabotage Queen”; living recklessly, making stupid decisions, and being involved in counterproductive relationships,” said Womack. ” With my college degree, luxury sports car and a fabulous life, I looked like I had it all together.” In reality, I was secretly sad, lonely, and wanted more out of my life. ”

Following her college undergraduate years, Womack experienced various hardships in the areas of love, finances, and spirituality. These experiences, along with fear of her calling, led her to question the existence of God and live recklessly, which drove her into deeper despair.  Unhappy and unable to run any longer, her faith was reignited and she began to reconstruct her identity of herself, then began to pursue her purpose and passion for helping young girls and women.

The author says you may be facing the same realities that forced her to change her thoughts, her ways, and her destructive behavior, but you don’t have to. You can start your road to happiness now, but first you have to start loving yourself, which for some is the hard part, because they don’t know how. This book will give you tips and that extra push to help you realize your full potential.

“20 Pearls of Wisdom is a must read for a young woman seeking guidance and a positive change in their lives,” said Carmen Cheely, educator and recent reader of the book. ” In 20 Pearls, Jasmine uses each Pearl as a growing and learning experience to tell a story that you can definitely relate to and learn from. This book truly inspires you to become a better person and take the necessary steps to becoming your own woman.”

“Twenty Pearls of Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Self- Preservation” is Womack’s first book that was released in August 2016. Writing a book that inspired people has been a long-time dream of Womack’s. She began writing in only the 5th grade, and later  discovered her passion for the craft during her sopohomore year at Redan High School with a poetic performance during a school play.


Womack is a passionate author, educator, and speaker that comes from a family of educators. She holds a B.S. degree in Middle Grades Education from Fort Valley State University, a M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Columbus State University, and an Ed.S degree in Educational Leadership from Columbus State University. Womack lives embodied by Nelson  Mandela’s renowned quote, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

She is a wife and mother first, as well as a dedicated educator in the metro Atlanta area, with over 10 years of classroom experience.  She is also the CEO and founder of P31 Publishing, LLC, a publishing company dedicated to creating literature that is healing to the mind, body, spirit, and pockets.

She strives to be a positive role model for her children and desires to bring out the best in people because she believes that everyone is entitled to happiness and an opportunity to fulfill their dreams in life.


Womack also has a real talk series called  “Candid Conversations”  LIVE on #Periscope and #InstagramLive every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST be sure to check it out!


WATCH Jasmine Womack on YouTube down below:  “Why Did I Write “Twenty Pearls of Wisdom”




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Follow E'Vonne: Instagram: @forever_evonne Twitter: @EVonneGipson SC: @byevonnegipson E'Vonne Gipson is an award winning journalist from Missouri City, TX. She is a graduate of Grambling State University where she received a B.A. degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in journalism and public relations. Gipson has written for several publications including Sheen Magazine, HBCU Buzz, The Black Beat, The News-Star, The Ruston Daily Leader,, and Houston Style Magazine. She is a former business reporting intern at Abilene Reporter-News in Abilene, TX and a current social media intern for MC Lyte's Hip Hop Sisters Network. She first began her journalism career writing for her school's newspaper "The Gramblinite". In 2016, Gipson worked with the Web Department at Houston television station, KHOU-11 TV where she gained professional photography and social media skills. Gipson is currently a producer at USA Today Network newspaper, The News-Star in Monroe. She is a member of The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW), and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


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