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Nature, science, and technology make great storylines.

Stories with natural, scientific, or technological content are highly coveted by publishers. If they’re well-written, cover a contemporary topic, and adopt a unique approach, you have a better-than-average chance of getting published. Teachers, librarians, and parents are always looking for new and exciting material to supplement what’s taught in school — as in material that doesn’t reek of lessons to be learned or homework to be done.

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