Are you a secondary school student with a passion for creative writing? Why not join other young adult writers for a week understanding the craft of writing and producing your own short story with the support of an award-winning novelist.

Over five days from 29 July-2 August, you will spark your imagination and empower your inner storyteller with our interactive and fun workshops.

Your tutor for the week will be the award-winning writer Beth Miller, the author of six novels including the bestselling The Missing Letters of Mrs Bright. She will help you to develop your characters, plot and setting, hone your voice, story structure and editing skills so that by the end of the week you have a finished short story or the start of a longer piece of work.

This course runs from 10.30pm-4.30pm Monday to Friday, with an hour for lunch, and is aimed at young adults aged 11-16 (years 7-11). It’s based at the Friends Meeting House in Brighton.

Embark on your creative odyssey and sign up today. It’ll be the best thing you do all summer.