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'Tough as they Come' author Travis Mills comes home for a book signing

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He lost all four limbs serving our country, and now Mid-Michigan native, and “Tough as they come” author Travis Mills is back for a book signing.

United States Army Staff Sergeant Mills became one of only a handful of surviving quadriplegic amputees after losing his limbs during a 2012 explosion in Afghanistan.

In his book the Vassar describes “a normal day at work that turned ugly”.

The book will be available at Barnes &Noble at 3311 Tittabawassee Road in Saginaw at the signing. Fans that have already bought the book are asked to bring a receipt with their book to have it signed.

This is a ticketed event, and you can pick up your free ticket now, or at the door during the signing which starts at 6:30 p.m.on Friday, December 18.

"People often refer to me as a 'wounded warrior,' but I'm no longer wounded. I'm just a man with scars living life to the fullest and best I know how."
                                                                            U.S. Army Staff Sergeant (Ret.) Travis Mills

Mills now lives in Manchester, Maine with his wife and daughter. He is a motivational speaker and has a foundation that is overhauling a camp for wounded veterans.

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