Jim was honored to address the Joint Session of the North Dakota Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary at its state convention in Bottineau on June 5. As a Vietnam veteran, he has a Life Member of the VFW for over 50 years.
In his remarks, Jim highlighted many of the interviews he conducted for Dakota Attitude of former prisoners of war and combat veterans, and their families.
Dakota Attitude is dedicated to Puppe’s cousins, Elmer and Lester Puppe (brothers) who were killed during Operation Husky, the 1943 invasion of southern Europe in World War II. The brothers are buried at the Rome-Sicily American Cemetery just south of Rome.
Rotary Magazine – May 2021
In an essay titled “Advanced in Years,” writer Frank Bures highlights Dakota Attitude.
Bismarck Tribune – July 12 – “Fiction, ND Stories Lead Bismarck-Mandan Library Patrons’ Top Reads”
The article identifies Dakota Attitude as “the most circulated book at the State Library so far in 2021.” Following our #1 position are works from best-selling authors like John Sandford. We’re very excited to see this kind of support from North Dakota readers.
Fargo-Moorhead Home Economists – September 22 – Fargo
Jim will be talking about Dakota Attitude and signing books.
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