Writing is transformative, and it’s one of my superpowers. I write as ministry, and for advocacy and activism because I believe stories create meaning and change the world. I strive to write in ways that encourage truth to power, beauty in vulnerability, compassion in shared humanity, and integrity during the struggle to co-author a wholehearted life with the Higher Power of our understanding. Check out a small sample of my published works below.


Success To Die For: Breaking Down Assumptions About Anxiety, Depression, & Suicide and Their Impact on Business Women

Women are finally taking a seat at the proverbial table as startup founders, company presidents, C-suite executives, and the multiple role-playing small business owner – but at what cost? This truth-revealing and daring book reveals the hidden struggles involved with the pursuit of success among the chaos of workplace cultures fueled with blame, shame, microaggressions, and fear-based competitiveness. The text also shares how women leaders find ways to cope and thrive despite their mental illness.

Personal Essays and Articles

“Friendly Perspective”
Illuminate Friends Bible Study
Ongoing- Fall 2020 Issue
Barclay Press

Finding Your Calling in the Wilderness of Your Life
Spirituality & Health

“All In”
What Canst Thou Say?
November 2019 Issue Number 104

Faith-based Curriculum 

“Sound In Faith”
Illuminate Friends Bible Study
Fall 2020 Issue
Barclay Press

Lynette Davis (she/her) is an author, spiritual companion, and mental health advocate. She wrote an Amazon top-selling book, Success To Die For, and is a contributing writer to the Illuminate Bible Study series by Barclay Press. Lynette received her MA in Theopoetics and Writing from Earlham School of Religion, where she was awarded the Tom Mullen Ministry of Writing Fellowship. She also graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University with a BA in Sociology.

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