Women’s Republic is a website built by a woman, for women. It’s ran by Sai Sailaja Seshadri who is a junior at Arizona State University. Women’s Republic has become a safe haven for dozens of young writers, including myself.
As Women’s Republic grows, so does it’s writers.
One writer in particular, Bridgette Alexis Caudill, has become a newly published author.
Bridgette, or Bridge as I like to call her, grew up in Kentucky but she recently moved to North Carolina to start some new adventures in her life.
Her book is a poetry book called “Yellows and Peaches.”
According to her createspace page, it “talks about the struggle of love, bipolar disorder and everything in-between.”
Becoming a published author at the ripe young age of twenty-one is a feat that not many people can say that they accomplished. Writing a book takes perseverance, confidence, and most of all, a love for words that almost cannot ever be explained.
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” -William Wordsworth
One of her dreams was to become a published author, and on August 1 2017, she did just that. On behalf of all the Women’s Republic writers, I want to say that we are so proud of Bridgette and her accomplishment. She has inspired us all.