Bookish M.A.S.H Tag

OMG guys today is such a fun tag. Do you all remember M.A.S.H? That came we all played as kids to see where our future lied? Well, they created a bookish tag for it so I 100% had to join in on this. I was not tagged but my friend over at  Bound to Writing did the tag and I could not resist! I hope you guys enjoy this one because it was super fun for me to do. Keep scrolling to read my story.



  • Link back to the original post on Kyera’s Library so she can see all your answers! (Be sure to do this via pingback, she won’t get notified if you just tag the URL)
  • Thank the person(s) who tagged you… show the community some love!
  • Obviously, come up with your wonderful answers!
  • Don’t forget to tag others to keep the tag going!


*These are not my words I copy and pasted the rules from my friend on Bound to Writing so shout out to her*

“For those who are unfamiliar, I’ll (attempt to) explain the game. You have ten different categories and you want to populate each of them with four different answers. Depending on your preference, you can do four good options or two good and two bad. The second makes the game a little more exciting because you are worried you’ll end up with a bad option.

In the classic game, you would be doing this with another person. They would tell you to close your eyes and draw a spiral. When they tell you to stop – you stop and count the number of lines in your spiral. Essentially, if you drew a line through the center of the spiral, how many times would it intersect? That is your magic number.

If you’re by yourself, you can always just pick a number and use that as your magic number.

Starting at M.A.S.H. count each option until you reach the magic number then cross it off. For example, if your magic number was 3 you would count 1 – M, 2 – A, and 3 – S. Then you would cross off S. H would become your new 1. You continue this through each category, crossing off as you go until there is one option left for each category.

What you have left is your YA story! If what I wrote made no sense to you, sorry – you can always go to this website which explains how to play with some pictures.”


Here is my game of M.A.S.H:


  1. Fantasy
  2. Western
  3. Historical Fiction 
  4. Contemporary


  1. Khalid Ibn al-Rashid
  2. Alagan Dhiren Rajaram (Ren)
  3. Kieran
  4. Jorg Ancrath


  1. Ancient Egypt
  2. Middle Earth
  3. Faerie Court
  4. Olympus


  1. Kell
  2. Victor Vale
  3. Kate Thompson 
  4. Alosa


  1. Sebastian Morgenstern
  2. Evil Queen
  3. The Joker
  4. Sauron


  1. Pegasus
  2. Raja (Tiger from Aladdin)
  3. Chairman Meow
  4. Unicorn


  1. Assassin
  2. Member of the Wild Hunt
  3. Goddess of Death
  4. Warlock


  1. Motorcycle
  2. Dragon
  3. Portal
  4. Magic Carpet


  1. Speed & Strength
  2. Telekinesis
  3. Magic
  4. Elementalist


  1. Closed Environment (like Hunger Games)
  2. Someone disappears and/or are taken
  3. Secretly Royal
  4. Heist



The newest voice in fantasy is coming with her breathtaking debut novel called The Darkness We Seak. Kat Rashid is a devoted faerie assassin, dragon rider, and telekinetic to the faerie courts. She has her best friend Kell, her pet tiger named Raj, and Kieran a man irrevocably dedicated to her. But as a woman of the land, she is constantly on the move for the next adventure.

When out on a mission Kell accidentally awakens an old evil being named Sauron who used to hunt the low-borns for fun. Now their whole world is threatened and they are thrown into a dangerous game. The people of Faerie are enclosed in their own home and are slowly being hunted it is up to Kat and her companions to save her people. The courts are the battleground and Kat is ready to play.


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Kathryn Calderon | 24 | Artist of many trades | Villains are my soul

10 thoughts on “Bookish M.A.S.H Tag

  1. This is so interesting! Once I get back into blogging more often (I’ve been in a slump) I am going to do this. I’ll tag both you and Kyera’s Library when I do it as well. I also love your story and I feel like that would be something that I would read!


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