Author Kitty Boyes Gives Away Her Critically-Acclaimed Romantic Mystery Novel

Author Kitty Boyes launches a free-to-enter giveaway with 10 copies of her critically-acclaimed, romantic mystery novel 'Her Mother's Sins'. 'Her Mother's Sins' is a suspenseful novel with romance, dangerous secrets, murder, conspiracies, Intrigue, and betrayal. The NY Literary Magazine described it as "spectacular" and "engrossing".

Medley, United States - September 30, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Author Kitty Boyes launches a free-to-enter giveaway with 10 copies of her award-winning and critically-acclaimed, romantic mystery novel ‘Her Mother’s Sins’. ‘Her Mother’s Sins’ is a mystery, suspense novel with romantic elements, dangerous secrets, murder, conspiracies, Intrigue, and betrayal.

The story focuses on Arina Perry, who doesn’t know whom to trust when dark mysteries dating back to the Second World War reveal a betrayal of the worst kind. She soon discovers some people will do anything to get their hands on those secrets, including murdering anyone who gets in their way.

The book received critical appraisal from the NY Literary Magazine and numerous 5-star reader reviews. “Boyes is a born storyteller and a fantastic writer.” critic Amanda Graham at the NY Literary Magazine wrote in her editorial review of ‘Her Mother’s Sins’. “Readers will be captivated from the start and eagerly await Boyes’s next novel.” she added.

“The story was amazing…This book has it all.” Harley Sharpe, one of Boyes’s readers wrote in her Amazon reader review. “I loved the characters, the setting & the mix of history that is woven through the book.” another reader wrote.

During an interview with Fresh Voices Magazine, Boyes recounts how she first wrote this story. “25 years ago I wrote this novel.” Boyes said, “In 2015, I took a voluntary redundancy from work and suddenly found time on my hands. I opened up my filing cabinet and found the manuscript that I typed up on a portable typewriter with carbon paper and white ink. I decided to write it out all over again on my computer. I finished writing two chapters and the story nose-dived into a whole new realm.”

When asked what inspired her to write this book, Kitty Boyes replied, “I love reading and after reading many hundreds of books, probably many thousands over my lifetime, I wanted to read my book. So I wrote it.” For Boyes, the best part of writing this novel was the amazing feedback from so many happy readers. When asked why she prefers self-publishing her books despite receiving an offer for a publishing contract, Boyes replied “I much prefer fully owning my own work.”

During her latest interview with the NY Literary Magazine, the author shares how she overcomes writer’s block and talks about the challenges of marketing one’s work. Currently, Kitty Boyes has two more books planned for her beloved series titled ‘Her Father’s Daughter’, and ‘Her Brother’s Keeper’.

About Kitty Boyes

Award-winning author Kitty Boyes resides on the picturesque Western coast of Australia with three children and six grandchildren. Two of her short stories have been published in various anthologies. Her debut novel ‘Her Mother’s Sins’ won a Gold Quality Seal and received critical appraisal from readers and critics alike. Recently, Boyes won a Finalist Award in the McGrath House Indie Book Contest.

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