Set in Gurugram and Delhi in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, 'Mad Mommas' touches on the bittersweet realities of four women who are in different stages of motherhood.
The book also includes 60 recipes for beverages, meal-prep, breakfast, salads, main courses, and desserts, all made using more than one superfood ingredient.
The new titles - 'Women Who Misbehave' and 'Impetuous Women' - are stories of women who step across the Laxman Rekha.
Yashaswini Chandra is an exhilarating journey, covering from caravan-trade routes originating in Central Asia and Tibet to Mughal emperors and the Rajput warrior states.
Women want to ensure they can step into the second phase of their womanhood empowered and the book enables women to do just that, claims writer Kate Usher.
It was a conscious decision in order to allow the story to unfold naturally and to allow facts to speak for themselves, says writer Sonia Faleiro about her latest book.
Earlier, Penguin had published the 30th anniversary edition of Sealy's critically acclaimed debut novel 'The Trotter-Nama'.
The book's foreword is written by her actor father Mohanlal.
The stories were commissioned on behalf of Nokia phones and have been created and designed to be shared with loved ones as short, text-able messages of hope.
Pant's book takes a humorous and light approach to address an important issue, relevant to every woman in the world, without being belligerent or pedantic.