Excerpt from Intergalactic Mind Games – Chapter 3

Hello everyone! hope you enjoy this excerpt from Chapter 3 of Intergalactic Mind Games:

After a few minutes, the Soldier of Royalty gathers everyone from their
rooms. As they all start to walk out of the cell, the soldier stops Isabella.

“I have orders to take everyone to the battlefield but you. You will stay
here and watch the battle on the vision screen,” he says to her.

“No, I will not stay here! I will be by my husband’s side!” demands an
irate Isabella, pushing the soldier away.

Ace takes Isabella by the hand and tries to comfort her. “Please, for
me, listen to him and stay here. If something happens to you, I wouldn’t
be able to live with myself.”

“How am I supposed to live with myself if something happens to you?”
Isabella counters with sorrowful tear-filled eyes.

Ace gives Isabella a kiss as they both break down in tears.

The rest of Team Earth-7 looks on in sadness as they exit the cell.

Isabella watches Ace leave as the cell door closes behind him.

She falls to the ground, crying uncontrollably, while Ace’s lip quivers,
trying to hide his emotions.

Ace blows her a kiss with tears running down his cheeks as Team
Earth-7 walks out of sight from Isabella, preparing to enter the battlefield.

The remaining members of Team Earth-7 are taken down the same
hallway toward the up-down lift. However, once they get to the lift, they
take a sharp left and go down a separate long dreary hallway.

“Where we all headed?” Elmer asks.

“This hallway will take us straight to the battlefield,” the soldier

After a few minutes, Team Earth-7 and the soldier come to a standard size, brown triangular door. Bright light seeps through the door crack, and they hear voices and commotion on the other side. Team Earth-7 is collectively petrified as the Soldier of Royalty opens the door.

Book Dedication


For Hari Singh, my father, mentor, and leader.
Dad, you always encouraged me to think big, follow through, and
push forward. Whenever I found writing was getting too difficult or
thought about giving up altogether, I would hear your inspiring words
circulate in my head. This motivated me to push on and accomplish my
This book would not have been possible without your influence.
Thank you, Dad. I love you. Rest in peace.

For Rick Prasad, my supportive and caring brother-in-law.
Rick, you were always patient and understanding with me. I appreciated
your calm and supportive nature.
Your laid-back, gentle demeanour influenced me to be the same. You
were more than my brother-in-law; you were my big brother. Thank you,
Rick. Rest peacefully, my brother. I love you.

For Shantel Prasad, my sweet, innocent, and brave niece.
Shantel, you were more like my little sister than my niece. Your
infectious smile and outgoing nature would light up any room you entered.
You left us too early, but I feel blessed with the time we had together.
You taught me to slow down and enjoy the moments life brings. Thank
you, Shantel. R.I.P., my sweet Shanny. I love you and miss you.