The much anticipated, Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better: Stories and Conversations About Love, Life and Everything in Between by the two-time Amazon Bestselling author, Kwapi Vengesayi, is now available worldwide on Amazon, Amazon Europe, and Kindle in both paperback and eBook format.
About the Book:
Two-time Amazon Bestselling author, Kwapi Vengesayi, is a skilled and gifted writer who keeps you enthralled through his captivating musings, motivating stories and thought-provoking conversations about those nagging and eternal topics concerning love, relationships, social justice, life and our human experiences. Accompanied by guest writers, Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better: Stories and Conversations About Love, Life and Everything in Between makes for an engaging read that is as witty, candid and enlightening as the books before it, albeit with more diverse voices and unique perspectives.
Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better is a powerful example of to never judge a book only by its “title or cover”, not only does the book discuss topics surrounding love, romance and relationships but delves in to a variety of topics in short, articulate and precise stories … The book is a beautiful example of artistic expression and will leave you feeling inspired …” Amazon Customer
“All I can say to anyone of any age—but especially millennials and young adults—is please read it or you’ll be missing an important piece of literary art.” – Sharon Pollock, Editor
“I absolutely love this book! I was hooked from the very beginning.” – Amazon Customer
“Thoughtful and honest. The different perspectives are a plus. Reminds me of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books in a way. If you enjoyed that you might like this.” – Amazon Customer
About the Author:
A Seattle resident, but born and raised in Zimbabwe, African oral tradition has left a deep-rooted impression on the author. Both his writing and storytelling style exhibit and paint a picture of an in-depth understanding and appreciation of one of the most important tenets of African oral tradition: every story should have a moral.