Meghan: Hi Davide. Welcome to Meghan’s HAUNTED House of Books! What is your favorite part of Halloween?
Davide: I like the atmosphere, the weather and I love the costumes and the masking.
Meghan: Do you get scared easily?
Davide: I don’t get spooked very easily.
Meghan: What is the scariest movie you’ve ever seen and why?
Davide: One that I found really disturbing is The Strangers. People are capable of real horror; reality is way scarier than any horror fiction.
Meghan: Which horror movie murder did you find the most disturbing?
Davide: In the movie Hereditary I found Charlie’s death to be quite disturbing
Meghan: Is there a horror movie you refused to watch because the commercials scared you too much?
Davide: Nope, the scarier the better.
Meghan: If you got trapped in one scary movie, which would you choose?
Meghan: If you were stuck as the protagonist in any horror movie, which would you choose?
Meghan: What is your all-time favorite scary monster or creature of the night?
Meghan: What is your favorite Halloween tradition?
Davide: Read, read and read, then watch a scary movie and start reading horror books again.
Meghan: What is your favorite horror or Halloween-themed song?
Davide: The theme from the movie “Halloween” is just something else.
Meghan: Which horror novel unsettled you the most?
Meghan: What is the creepiest thing that’s ever happened while you were alone?
Davide: While I was sleeping in a teepee tent in the monument valley I kept hearing someone thumping at the tent from outside. Every time I went checking outside there was no one. No prints in the sand, nothing. I’m pretty sure it was an unfriendly native American spirit.
Meghan: Which unsolved mystery fascinates you the most?
Davide: The assassination of JFK is probably at the top of the list.
Meghan: What is the spookiest ghost story that you have ever heard?
Meghan: In a zombie apocalypse, what is your weapon of choice?
Meghan: Let’s have some fun… Would you rather get bitten by a vampire or a werewolf?
Meghan: Would you rather fight a zombie apocalypse or an alien invasion?
Davide: Zombie apocalypse
Meghan: Would you rather drink zombie juice or eat dead bodies from the graveyard?
Davide: Jeez. I’m going to have to go with zombie juice, whatever that is.
Meghan: Would you rather stay at the Poltergeist house or the Amityville house for a week?
Meghan: Would you rather chew on a bitter melon with chilies or maggot-infested cheese?
Meghan: Would you rather drink from a witch’s cauldron or lick cotton candy made of spider webs?
Davide: Drink from the witch’s cauldron.
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 and Automotive Engineering. 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 brought him a book from the Goosebumps series by RL Stine named Night of the Living Dummy. This escalated quickly, inevitably leading him to Edgar Allan Poe, HP 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.
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.