Tilde Publishing is a niche publisher of educational, non-fiction works. Founded in Australia in 2017, Tilde now publishes and distributes globally.
With our new publishing model, we seek to help authors tell - and distribute - their stories, their knowledge, and their message. We particularly seek to publish works, in print and ebook formats, that explore personal and social behaviour, and human achievement.
Specifically, books released by Tilde Publishing fall into the fields of: personal stories and biographies; psychology and behaviour; small business, entrepreneurship and social business; sports and sporting achievements; personal development; and social change.
Tilde Publishing is an academic publisher of affordable and accessible textbooks.
Tilde has three imprints. TILDE skills publications contribute directly to achieving units of competency in the Australian Business Services Training Package. Under the TUP Textbooks imprint, Tilde releases up-to-date, niche academic textbooks based on the latest scholarly research. Under the TUP Research imprint, Tilde publishes research, reference and edited works.
Please email all orders and/or queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tilde Publishing never stores or retains any personal financial information from its customers. We take all reasonable steps to ensure that any customer details we do hold remain safe and secure.
Tilde Publishing will not use customer details for marketing activities unrelated to the book(s) you have purchased from us. And we will not sell your details to any third party.
Our contact details are as follows:
Orders can be placed online using our secure ecommerce platform, or placed using PayPal. Alternatively, email your order to email@example.com. Bookshops and other account customers can continue to order in their usual manner.
Alternatively, all our publications are available on www.amazon.com, and via our international distributors: Casemate (USA, Canada) and Eurospan (Europe, Asia).
We are no longer able to accept returns. All orders from 01 September 2017 onwards are firm sale – unless of course the goods were faulty or unless we shipped the wrong book(s).
Our online credit card transactions all go through our secure ecommerce provider – ANZ eGate. No credit card or banking details are retained by BKB Press. Freight is charges at cost, of as close as we can get to the current Australia Post rates.
Bookshops and accounts will continue to receive 30-day terms. For account orders, there is a $15 flat freight charge. There is no small order charge.