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How to leave your inner critic behind...and write.

A resource to help you understand where that voice comes from, why it's so loud, and how to get it to pipe down.

You want to write, and you know you can.

But that nasty voice keeps getting in the way, right?

"You can't do it...nobody will want to read this...your ideas are lame...who do you think you are? Might as well give up."

Familiar? Ugh, I get it. I have one of those voices too.


Being neurodivergent can often mean that you are more sensitive to the inner critic than your neurotypical writer siblings, and that was definitely true for me.  For a long time it sent me running for the hills - aka playing sudoku in a mire of self-loathing and getting zero writing done. 

Which is terrible, when you're sure that's what you've been put on this earth to do.

So...I have put together a free mini-guide in which you will learn:

  • Why you even have an inner critic to begin with, and why it's totally normal

  • Three simple, workable ways to use now to turn down the volume on that inner horridness 

  • Why it's okay to ignore the usual advice if you're neurodiverse.

You also get...

My favourite go-to resources

PLUS! My bonus quick-fix flowchart if that voice just will not shut up

A nice warm fuzzy feeling of knowing you're not alone with this BS

One more thing...

Bringing your inner critic to heel is the best, most loving thing you can do for yourself if you want to actually write. It's taken me years to figure it out, years I could have spent on the page.

But better later than never! I got there in the end, my work is out there and today I can call myself a writer (ADHD be damned).

I promise you, it can be done. 


Amanda xx

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