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OC WEEK - DAY 07
Evan and Andreas.


Well. I all ready did the “Princes”, the main characters from my book series. So I asked Twitter and Tumblr who I should draw for my 7th day!
Twitter picked Evan, a personal chef to Makoto Hadley, a reoccurring character in my Royalty Series. Probably my sweetest, most humble character of my 170.
Tumblr picked Andreas, he’s in the ‘new world’ category and has his own book series! He’s a hot mess, as you can tell.

That concludes OC week for me! Thanks to all my followers for tolerating all my babies. And again if you guys wanna know anything let me know!

OC WEEK:
Day 01 (Laramie)
Day 02 (Cameo)
Day 03 (Stephan)
Day 04 (Cyrus)
Day 05 (Kegan)
Day 06 (Linc’en)
Day 07 (Evan & Andreas)

Watching Scream makes me realise how much better Gossip Girl would have been with a serial killer slashing those preppy arseholes.
You know you love me xo xo ghostface

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OC WEEK - DAY 04
CYRUS


Cyrus is the newest of the four, he’s only been a character of mine for 4 years. And he’s changed names twice all ready. Anyway! His story is the 4th of my book series! Of course if you want to know more about any of my ocs. Feel free to ask!

OC WEEK:
Day 01 (Laramie)
Day 02 (Cameo)
Day 03 (Stephan)
Day 04 (Cyrus)
Day 05 (Kegan)
Day 06 (Linc’en)
Day 07 (Evan & Andreas)

Royal Activities Part III: Speech

While perfecting the art of speech is not necessarily a leisure activity, it has been and is important to royals for all of history. Royals have always been trained in their speech, learning to enunciate, choose their words carefully, and to speak with an air of regality. This, of course, does not mean you have to make public speeches or be comfortable talking to any stranger off of the street. Nor does it mean that any royal with a stutter, lisp, quiet voice, or social anxiety is any worse off than those without.

Rather, to perfect the art of speech, you simply have to focus on expressing yourself eloquently as is possible for you, personally. Develop a good vocabulary, and think carefully before you speak. Try your hardest to avoid filler words such as “um,” “like,” “uh,” and so forth–though if they slip in don’t punish yourself for it. Do your best to speak with as much confidence and regality as you can. Lift your chin, straighten your back, and remember to breathe. You are a royal, a force to be reckoned with, a figure that requires respect. Think this when you speak, and it will shine through with clarity. 

There are many books and online resources that can help you in your endeavor to improve your speech! A simple youtube search of key phrases like “elocution lessons,” “how to enunciate,” and so forth will bring up many results.