In/Exhale

In/Exhale

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“With every breath, the old moment is lost; a new moment arrives. We exhale and we let go of the old moment. It is lost to us. In doing so, we let go of the person we used to be. We inhale and breathe in the moment that is becoming. In doing so, we welcome the person we are becoming. We repeat the process. This is meditation. This is renewal. This is life.”
― Lama Surya DasLetting Go Of The Person You Used To Be

Description: Welcome to Jonesville, Iowa and the story of two brothers: Jon Taylor, MD, and Kai Fox. Sixteen years ago, their family was torn apart after a sudden accident. Finally, four years later, the brothers reunited only for Kai’s health to fail. A lung transplant saved his life, but now, a year after, both brothers are struggling to deal with their new reality. Follow their stories and those of their friends as they battle their pasts to deal with life, love, and the meaning of family.

Genre: Online Fiction (Prose Soap Opera)

Themes: Hurt/Comfort, Outsiders, Family, Chronic Illness, Disability, Loss, Identity, Struggles with Mental Illness, Past Abuse, Death/Dying, Isolation, Cultural Conflicts, Self vs Others

Disabilities/Diseases: FS (fictional CF-like illness), MLS (fictional CP-like illness), CP, PTSD, Anxiety disorders, Panic disorder, Bipolar disorder, Type-I Diabetes, Deafness, Muteness

Setting: Jonesville, Iowa – Beginning in August 2000

Length: Two Seasons, complete (~280K words); *on-going

Disclaimer: This story includes harsh language, occasional graphic sex and violence, and deals with subjects such as rape and child abuse. It is intended for adult audiences (18+) only.

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coverwip2_textv3Season One (~130,000 words): EPUB | MOBI | PDF*

*PDF format does not include a Table of Contents

Read an excerpt here (no download required).

 

s2coverfinalSeason Two(~175,000 words)EPUB | MOBI | PDF

Read an excerpt here (no download required).

 

Season Three: New episodes every Tuesday morning, here.

Or read each chapter in its entirety two- to four- weeks after they’re posted on the story blog.

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