Jim Serger signing 9:11 A Time to Always Remember

Saturday, August 20, 2022 - 11:00am
2692 Madison Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45208

Jim Serger signing 9:11 A Time to Always Remember

Saturday, August 20 at 11am ET

Location: Joseph-Beth Rookwood

Join us for Jim Serger signing 9:11 A Time to Always Remember.

9:11 – What does that time mean to you?

Without any hesitation, the day September 11th, 2001, comes to mind. Within a flash, as quickly as you read those numbers, that day comes right to the forefront.

A memory of that day is embedded in our memory banks, and the moment you see the time nine-eleven on your watch, a clock, a screensaver, or a scoreboard-that day is recounted. A timeline of events is created by us internally, as to what was transpiring to us that day, in September.

Try it. Say the time 9:11.....nine-eleven. It works every single time.

There are 365 days in a year-that is 365 times we will see 9:11 in the morning.

There are 365 days in a year-that is 365 times we will see 9:11 in the evening.

730 - that's how many chances we are given, in a year, to remember that day.

When the clock on your radio reads 9:11, and you happen to glance at it. What you were doing on September 11th, 2001, automatically comes through your subconscious. You remember where you were, who you were with, who you spoke to. We remember that day, a day that we will never forget.

It's the second quarter of the football game, there are nine minutes and eleven seconds left till halftime. As we glance at how much time is remaining, we look to the scoreboard and 9:11 is radiant. We, collectively, without reservation, come back to a series of events that took place on September 11th, 2001.

9:11 - we are many years now removed from 2001-Yet, there will always be a 9:11 a.m. and a 9:11 p.m. No matter how many years we are in the future, 9:11 will always be remembered, and can be two times a day, every single day.

Clocks, watches, computers, TVs, radios, alarm-clocks, phones, emails, texts-All of those items will display 9:11 forever...

That is why this book was created. 9:11 is not just a time, it's a time capsule.

Try saying these.

Say 8:05.........eight-o-five

Say 5:41-------five-forty-one

Say 2:33-------two-thirty-three

Now say 9:11...............Instantly, it takes you back to September 11th, 2001.

The time 9:11 instantaneously takes us back to that horrific day. A day, that all who can remember, will remember what they were doing, and how they heard about the events transpiring.

This coffee table book, one filled with stories of Americans from all over the country sharing what happened to them that day. As you read the stories, think about your day. Think about the loved ones who comforted you, think about the strangers who became friends, think about how that day resonates with you. It's a day, that no one can forget.

We can't remember what we did, or what we were doing six months ago, or five years ago. But, we can remember September 11th, 2001.

This book was created so that we will never forget-and we never will, 9:11 is a time. And we are given 730 times in a year, plus extra coincidences....to always reflect on that moment in time.


Jim Serger is a University of Cincinnati graduate, a Delta Tau Delta Fraternity member, and served four years in the U.S. Navy. He is the author of A Tale of Two College Graduates Who Landed the Interview: Amy and JeffGo The Distance, 2000 Miles On Wisdom, Next In Line Please, and The True Facts Trivia Game: For Fans of Fox News.


9: 11 A Time to Always Remember By Jim Serger Cover Image
ISBN: 9781936800445
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Red Bike Publishing - August 8th, 2022

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