Edie Hand is one of those remarkable people who brightens up a room as soon as she walks in. Her philosophy for living life with gusto can be seen in everything she does from her work as an acclaimed celebrity chef, author, philanthropist, speaker and business woman.
Her gift to rise to triumph is evident in her life’s work. She is a three time cancer survivor. She has authored, co-authored, and helped to develop over twenty books. Her books range from inspirational cookbooks to novellas from a strong woman’s perspective.
Edie has starred in national commercials and daytime television soaps. She has hosted numerous national radio and television shows and been the CEO of Hand ‘N Hand Advertising, Inc. since 1976.
Edie is actively involved with American Women In Radio and Television, National Speakers Association, National Association of Women Business Owners and has worked to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Alabama, Children’s Miracle Network, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Camp Smile-A-Mile and Country Music Hall of Fame Museum.
She is a graduate of the University of North Alabama. Edie lives near Birmingham, Alabama with her husband Mark Aldridge, an educator. Her only son, Linc Hand, a working actor, lives in Los Angeles, California.
Books at Canterbury House Publishing:
Announcements at Canterbury House Publishing:
- Author, Edie Hand, to be Keynote Speaker at Columbia Literature and Arts Festival on October 17th, 2009
- Kentucky Book Fair, November 7th in Frankfort, Kentucky, invites authors, Edie Hand and Jeffery Addison
- Edie Hand launches Genuine Elvis at the Country Music Hall of Fame
- Event Report: Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) Trade Show 2009 in Greenville, SC
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Edie Hand is pictured below with Women of True Grit contributor Nancy Giles where they attended the 35th Annual Gracie Awards held in the Beverly Hills Hilton in Los Angeles, CA on May 26th, 2010. Nancy Giles has been a regular contributor to CBS Saturday Morning Show since 2003...