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About The Book

This book is for every woman who has ever faced tough times talking about her life struggles, which I call the “unseen sides”. Many of us have experienced people asking the infamous question “Who Is She?” But if you are anything like I once was, you have never given a real answer to that question because you were guarded when it came to telling your story. My hope is that after reading this book, you will be empowered to let your guard down and no longer be silenced by those unseen sides and broken pieces that have kept you from living your full rich life.

  • Anyone who struggles with breaking their silence
  • Anyone who desires to turn their pain into their purpose
  • Anyone who is looking to be empowered and uplifted

Who is She?
She has the mindset of a queen and the heart of a warrior. She is everything all at once and too much for anyone who doesn’t deserve her… She is you!


About The Author 

Shawana Montgomery-Boyer was born & raised in Sanford, Fl. She is the owner and creator of SynSha’ Fashions Beauty Studio, Pretty Pearls and Clutches & SynSha’ Fashions Motique, a mobile boutique specializing in women’s fashion. Shawana prides herself in helping others to reach their full potential, bringing the latest fashions and trends to her clients. Shawana is one of the Top 20 Under 40 Recipients in Jacksonville, FL with Black Pages South. She has a host of other accomplishments she achieved throughout her personal and professional career.
“I was born to be involved in fashion and the love of it keeps me abreast of the latest trends,” said Shawana. “My eye for fashion allows me to assist others to continue looking fashionably fly.” She believes in transferring women lives inwardly so they can feel and look beautiful outwardly. In 2006, Shawana was given the opportunity to host Source Magazine fashion show. This experience led her to plan and showcase multiple fashion shows of her own. In September 2018, Shawana pursued another passion of hers to plan a fashion empowering brunch entitled, “Pretty Pearls and Clutches” which she plans to host in multiple cities across the United States. It’s more than just a brunch, it’s a movement to bring awareness to women who faced difficulties to talk about the “unseen sides” life struggles, broken pieces we have faced. This event will also bring women together who love fashion, who aspires to be business owners and empower them all in one place. 

As a former educator, Shawana has taught business courses in graphic design, computer and career services. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and does her best to give back to her alma mater, Edward Waters College. When she isn’t working Shawana loves to spend time with her family, mentoring teens and traveling abroad to meet new people and experience different cultures.