I meant to post this before the following one. I want to make sure you see my new link under Tilden Editing Services and Most Visited. The link is BookRix; read free books online. I have written and “published” four “books” here; two complete, two still not finished. Please read them, rate them, and make your comments.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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Originally posted February 26, 2010
What you’ll see posted on this page will be directly related to my business, Tilden Editing Services. I started this business to help defray any unforseen cost shortfall related to my retirement July 18, this year.
I have 30+ year doing proofreading and editing beginning in high school, continuing through college, and even up to this day.
I have already begun proofreading a children’s multi-volume novel, and also a personal memoir. I am also in negotiation with a colleague on LinkedIn to proofread her upcoming novel.
All that being said, I am still very interested in expanding my client base. If this is a service you – or someone you know – could use contact me at email@example.com. You can also read my professional resume at http://www.linkedin.com/in/tildenediting.
This is my very first try at blogging, and it probably shows. I hope to be able to make more favorable and intimate connections in this kind of format.
I have over 35 years experience in proofreading and editing and I hope to be able to make a little money at it after I retire in July. (Five months can be a very long time!)
I have been married to my wife, MaryJane, for 30 years and we have two grandsons, and a daughter-in-law. Our son took his own life this past June. One never gets over that. They are currently living in Bothell, Washington.
I have been involved in teaching, acting, theatre directing, writing and playwrighting. I was a pastor in a very small church in south-central Idaho for 13 very long months.
We now live in Vallejo, California – east of the San Francisco Bay area, and about a mile to “the Gateway to Napa wine country.