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Bishopville, SC (BlackNews.com) – Pure Thoughts Publishing has announced the signing of six new authors who are changing the world by their transformational message. Their names are Tasha Page-Lockhart, Dashaleque Hall, Angie Taylor Reames, Samajesty Starr, Ebony Stroder and Rufus Reddick III.

“The new authors have the experience and wisdom to inspire the world by their work. It’s an honor having this caliber of people join the Pure Thoughts Publishing Family,” said the company’s founder, Marita Kinney.

Tasha Page-Lockhart is the season six winner of BET’s gospel singing competition Sunday Best and Staller Award winner for New Artist of the Year. She is slated to release her debut book, And the Winner Is in spring of 2016. Dashaleque Hall is a music producer and songwriter who recently released her debut book Cries of Lonely Silent, which is now available in all major retail stores.

A dynamic and passionate poet, Angie Taylor Reames, released her inspiring debut book ‘Perfect Imperfection’, now available for purchase. Samajesty Starr is a Gospel Hip-Hop Artist whose debut book Face II Face is set to be released Fall of 2015. Ebony Stroder is a Creative Hairstylist, Visionary, and Owner of ENS Consulting will release her debut book, Don’t Wish, Work Fall of 2015. Rufus Reddick III will release his debut book The Modified Village Fall of 2015.

Pure Thoughts Publishing LLC represents several successful and bestselling authors and these six new authors are also poised to make headlines in the future. For further information about the authors and their books, visit: www.PureThoughtsPublishingllc.com or contact Marita Kinney at 937-999-7907.

About the Publisher
Pure Thoughts Publishing LLC is an interactive publishing company that promotes pure, uplifting, real and enlightening content. The company provides customized services to meet their project goals for both new and seasoned authors.

Photo Caption: (left to right top) Dashaleque Hall, Ebony Stroder, SaMajesty Starr
(left to right bottom) Tasha Page-Lockhart, Angie Taylor Reames, Rufus Reddick III

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