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Mary Cox-Bilz

Bio: Author and mouth artist Mary Cox-Bilz had always wanted to write, but spent most of her younger life doing the things other women did. She went to college, managed her own business and did evaluation and counseling in the Maryland Rehabilitation Center to help other physically challenged people learn to manage their disabilities.The daughter of a Maryland State Police Officer and a State Administrator, Mary was born with Arthrogryposis (ARTH-row-grip-O-sis), a birth defect that left her a quadriplegic with only 3% use of her left arm and 7% use of her right. Though, Mary is confined to a motorized wheelchair, she teaches four writing classes a week for a local college, travels to speaking engagements, gives telephone and television interviews, and attends writer's conferences sponsored by the International Women's Writing Guild. Mary uses a mouth stick to type manuscripts on her computer, or surf the Internet, and does pen and ink drawings, holding the pen in her mouth. About six months after her husband's death, Mary gave up her 56 hour a week telemarketing business, started her first book, and returned to the Eastern Shore of Maryland to follow her dream of becoming a writer. Since November of 1998, she has written three books, published by White Oaks Creations, of Cartersville, VA, and is hard at work on the fourth. A lifelong Christian, Mary is a member of a local United Methodist Church, but stresses that her writings, while firmly based in Christian faith, are inter-denominational and suitable reading for any audience. More recently, Mary has begun to create a line of special greeting cards, featuring her own drawings and verses, and to market reproductions of her art works and poetry broadsides through local bookstores and on her Internet website at www.marycoxbilz.com

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1 How to Promote, Market, and Advertise Your Published Book [MultiFormat]
by Mary Cox-Bilz, Arline Chase
  A step-by-step guide that offers tools that you can integrate into your own marketing plan. These suggestions have been strategies used by authors to pull their books out of boxes, onto book shelves, and into a customer's hands. Here's how to get attention for your published book, from two authors who have practiced what they preach. (Published: 2001) EPIC eBook Award Finalist

Words: 17849 - Reading Time: 50-71 min.
Category: General Nonfiction
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2 Letters In My Casket: World War I and II [MultiFormat]
by Mary Cox-Bilz
  Meet Salena Brown, an African-American soldier in WW II ... Salena's father was a WW I veteran. Both her parents are deceased, by the time she ships overseas, but the faith they taught her is strong. Sometimes God calls us to BE and Do beyond ourselves. Salena treasures her mother's letters and keeps them in a little brass casket, always near at hand. When she is especially sad, or especially angry, Selena still writes to her mother. (Published: 2000)

Words: 7053 - Reading Time: 20-28 min.
Category: Spiritual/Religion

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