Kwapi Vengesayi pens this second installation of his Hashtags series in manner that is just as witty, thought provoking, creative, and uncomfortably honest as his first book. Love is Work is not only a collection of thoughts and musings that have been informed by Vengesayi’s personal experiences and observations, but an exploration into the many debates and conversations he’s had with friends, family, and even strangers as they try to make sense of the stressful, and sometimes exciting encounters, we all have with love, life, and everything in between.
This book covers a diverse range of topics. From love and relationships to race, indentity and other social issues. From spirituality and religion to ghosts and the supernatural, Love is Work: Hashtags about Love, Life, and Everything in Between, definitely does make a sincere and bold attempt at having something in there for everyone. With titles such as Love & Alcatraz, Minorities Gone Wild, Men Are Gold Digger’s Too, Laws of Attraction, and If I Prayed, this book is destined to be as intriguing as the first.
Love is Work: Hashtags About Love, Life, and Everything in Between is now available on Amazon, Amazon Europe and Amazon Kindle in both paperback and eBook format for just US$9.99 and US$2.99 respectively.
Zimbabwean by birth, Kwapi Vengesayi graduated from the University of Idaho where he studied Architecture and Sociology. He is the creator and executive producer of the regionally acclaimed Shades of Black Show, a cultural and social commentary showcase that has become one of the most anticipated events in the region. Considered to be a master in the art of fusing activism and social commentary with entertainment, Vengesayi—be it through his writing, production projects or consultancy— has now evolved his habit of exploiting different mediums of artistic expression into an art form.