About the Authors

Just An Average Day

Jess and Keith Flaherty are one of those married couples sitcoms never get right. They have been together for over twenty years and still can’t get enough of each other’s company.

They live in the beautiful mountains of Vermont with their two children, three cats, a dog, and an immortal guinea pig. Jess has worked in newspaper and art publishing, freelance writing, cake decorating, and in addition to writing and editing, she works as the program manager for a residential psychiatric treatment and transition program for young adults. She enjoys playing the ukulele badly, reading, and binge-watching unhealthy amounts of TV.

Keith spent many years as a chef and business manager, and now works in infrastructure construction safety. In his free time, he enjoys writing poetry, reading, or cooking something his family will think is amazing.

As a couple, Jess and Keith love to cook together, go hiking, and spend time together and with their boys. Of course, they also love writing together. Their first book, Always Darkest, was recently called “A very different story,” and “A solid fantasy novel,” by fantasy icon, Piers Anthony, and fans have compared their style to a combination of Douglas Adams, George R.R. Martin, and Christopher Lamb.

From fantasy, to horror, to romance, to humor, if you check out Jess and Keith’s work, you won’t be disappointed!


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