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 few samples of my published work below.
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.
Mental Health and Workplace Wellness Publications
Lynette Davis (she/her) is an author, mental health advocate, spiritual companion, and expressive writing facilitator. 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 graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rutgers University with a BA in Sociology and is currently pursuing a MA in Theopoetics and Writing at the Earlham School of Religion.