Emily Harris Adams considers herself a long-expecting mother. She's seen the frustrating world of infertility: the often humiliating doctor visits, the astonishing price tags for treatments, having to explain why she doesn't have kids, the shock of finding out a friend is going through the same struggle, waking up with her arms cradling a non-existent baby, and needing to suddenly cancel a round of in-vitro for health concerns.
Emily is also a poet. Her first poem, Empty Linen, was quoted to a religious audience of more than 13 million people. Emily's award-winning poems Second Coming and Birthright have been read worldwide. She lives in Provo, Utah.