Can you even believe it? It's been an entire year since I published the third book in the Metal Heart series and MAN have things really changed. I don't have the same job anymore, we don't live in the same house or city anymore, new animals have come into our lives, and new friends. We've celebrated milestones and lost loved ones.
It's been quite a time.
BUT, you'll be thrilled to know (I'm sure) that Iron Curtain, the fantastical sequel to Metal Heart and Tin Road, is STILL available on Amazon for purchase via paperback and ebook formats. For those who loved the first and second books and want to experience the third adventure in their saga, what are you waiting for? It's been a year already! Get it together!
Iron Curtain is the third book in the Metal Heart series that follows the exploits of young women and men conscripted into "national service."
Eleni Garza and Rabbit Santiago reunite after their cross-country adventures to attempt to develop and distribute a cure for the nanovirus. However, in order to save Rabbit's life, Eleni must sacrifice their easy shot at the cure and merge him with the Alpha System, the artificial intelligence she secreted away from the KERN lab. Together, she and Alpha rescue Scarlett Buford from the Mexico City war zone and travel to New Orleans, Louisiana to save her brother Logan. But when those efforts are all thwarted, their final destination will take them beyond earth, to the last refuge for the cure: the Iron Curtain.
This is the third book in the series to be included in the Multnomah County Library ebook collection.
PLEASE NOTE: If you decide to purchase a copy, shoot me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and for those local folks, I'm happy to sign and hand deliver. Just let me know your preference!
Purchase your copy today!
ALSO WORTH NOTING: I've changed the way I talk/write about this series. I'm no longer referring to it as a trilogy. Make of that what you will. It will probably be a bit of time before I come back around to mentally hanging with My Favorite Idiots (there are roughly four books in line ahead of them) but rest-assured I've doodle drafted a SUPER ROUGH outline and maybe even put together a playlist for ... something. Who knows what all that could lead to? WHO KNOWS!?
Melinda Jasmine Crouchley, YA science fiction author and professional editor.