Book Signing with Local Author Davide Tarsitano
Join us for a book signing with local author, Davide Tarsitano, on Saturday, September 3 from 12pm-5pm to celebrate his book, The Tooth Fairy.
The Tooth Fairy
Johnny Hawk is a successful entrepreneur in the tech field, escaping from his former life after an utter breakdown. During his trip across the country, his route crosses with Wendy Jag, a beautiful woman who works as a dentist in New Mexico.
As the attraction between the two lost souls escalates furiously, they engage in a passionate and daring physical affair. For the first time in a while Johnny finds some peace and hope for the future.
But he cannot imagine that behind those innocent and deep eyes Wendy is a profoundly disturbed woman, tormented by the demons of her past: a childhood made of abuses, losses and nightmares filled with darkness. As Wendy’s feelings for Johnny grow stronger, the fight inside Wendy’s chaotic subconscious begins. The Tooth Fairy, a dormant and malevolent side of her personality is reawakening, silently awaiting…to take over.
Davide Tarsitano is an author of novels and short stories. He was born in Italy in 1989. He was raised in Cosenza, a small town in the south, and educated in its public schools. He eventually found his way to University of Calabria and to University of Modena and Reggio Emilia where he graduated, respectively, in Mechanical Engineering B.S. and Automotive Engineering M.S. He currently works in the race car industry in North America. Meanwhile, at the age of seven, he found the passion of his life when his dad bought him a book from the Goosebumps series by R.L Stine named Night of the Living Dummy. This escalated quickly, inevitably leading him to Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King. By the time he was fourteen, he had written short stories and a full screenplay of a horror movie, never produced. In the following years his interest broadened towards cosmic horror, science fiction and dystopian fiction. He met his wife in 2016 and married her in 2019. In 2018 he started to write his first horror novel: The Tooth Fairy, which represents his debut as an author.