Recent Interviews

Recent Interviews2018-05-27T22:41:59+00:00

An Interview with Dan Davis, an International Fugitive and the author of Amazon Best Seller “GRINGO: My Life On The Edge As An International Fugitive”

We have been researching the book GRINGO: My Life On The Edge As An International Fugitive that is an #1 Amazon Best Seller and Readers Favorite Award Winner. The book written by Dan “Tito” Davis has been accepted by the readers really well. However, as a business website, we tried [...]

Gringo: Dan ‘Tito’ Davis Interview – Part 3

This is part three of a four-part story. Look here for parts one and two. “When you’re on the run,” recounts Tito, “you can’t contact anyone from your prior life. You’re never going back.” After a childhood friend sold him out to the DEA, Tito was left with little choice but to [...]


Posted From: Fashionado Magazine Author Dan “Tito” Davis comes from a town in South Dakota that’s so small everyone knows their neighbor’s cat’s name. But once he got out, he made some noise. While at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, he started manufacturing White Crosses, aka speed, and soon had [...]

Gringo: Dan ‘Tito’ Davis interview – Part 2

This is part II of our interview with Dan ‘Tito’ Davis, renowned international fugitive and author. For part I, please go here. “Eight and a half years!” says Dan ‘Tito’ Davis of his first prison sentence. “They couldn’t get me on a drug charge and they were all pissed off, so [...]

Gringo: the Story of Dan ‘Tito’ Davis – Part 1

Gringo: the Story of Dan ‘Tito’ Davis There is allegedly an ancient Chinese curse that more or less goes: ‘may you live in interesting times’. If interesting times are a curse, then Dan ‘Tito’ Davis — co-author of the book ‘Gringo’ — may be the most cursed of us [...]

Dan ‘Tito’ Davis opens up about real-life memoir ‘Gringo’

Dan "Tito" Davis chatted with Digital Journal about his real-life memoir "Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive. "My book was titled Gringo because in Latin America a foreigner is called a 'gringo,' not necessarily American but a European or someone from outside of Latin America they are [...]