The Felicia Sevigny Series

“A compelling and intriguing read built on a fascinating premise. Cerveny’s future world is richly drawn, and Felicia’s and Alexei’s adventure is definitely an edge-of-your-seat ride.” –Linnea Sinclair, award-winning author of the Dock Five Universe series

Set in the distant future, Felicia Sevigny is a Tarot card reader living in Nairobi, surviving on her wits and trying to stay out of trouble until Russian crime lord Alexei Petriv enters her life and makes an offer she can’t refuse.

Check out The Rule of Luck & The Chaos of Luck.


Catherine Cerveny

You’re supposed to avoid clichés in writing. It’s too bad I’m living one—I’ve wanted to be a writer since I first learned how to read. In fact, I have several sock drawers full of half-started novels and abandoned ideas to show for it. While no one ever really discouraged me from writing, it was strongly advised I keep my day job. So by day, I went to school (I have two university degrees that look great hanging on my walls), eventually got a job (because I have to eat), got married, and did all the other normal things people do. But by night, I was feverishly filling up my sock drawers with stories. First it was short stories, then novels because apparently I have a lot to say. And there always had to be a ghost. Or time travel. Or magic mazes. Or a telepathic dog, because who doesn’t like telepathic dogs? I was the nerd who was always drawn to the quirky and weird, and tried to figure out how to fit it into real life. Hey, I once had a letter published in a comic book and took an astronomy course in university because I thought we’d just be looking at stars (it had math in it, I almost failed).

I was born and raised in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Now I live in the country in Fraserville, just outside of Peterborough. Me, in the country. I didn’t see that one coming. But it must have been a good thing because I finally wrote something that made it past the sock drawer stage. After lots of querying, I found an awesome agent and she was able to sell my novel The Rule of Luck. Not only that, she turned it into a two book deal! I didn’t see that one coming either. So now I’m busily working on the sequel and hopefully my sock drawer will just be the place I keep my socks.


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