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Jeane Slone





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Jeane Slone is a member of the Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA, a 15-year member of Redwood Writers Club and received the Jack London award. A member of the National Women’s History Alliance.
She has taught several history classes at Sonoma State University, CA.
Jeane has presented at many clubs including aviation, women, and service clubs.
Ms. Slone has presented at many museums and libraries, and air shows.
Jeane was honored at a literary luncheon where she presented a PowerPoint about American Combat Nurses during WW II.
Jeane Slone has been interviewed on many radio stations and newspapers.
Jeane has presented a PowerPoint about American women spies for the National Guard in Sacramento, CA.
She has sold her books on SS Jeremiah O’Brien ship during fleet week in San Francisco.
Ms. Slone is also the owner of that prints textbooks for second-language learners.
She has published five historical novels:
• She Flew Bombers During WW II, winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Award, it also available as an audio book through Ms. Slone received a grant from the Sonoma County Arts Counsel and interviewed six former women air force pilots at the Santa Rosa Veterans building where a DVD was produced of the event.
• She Built Ships During WW II, which is also available in an ESL version plus separate workbook.
• She Was an American Spy During WW II
• She Was a WW II Photographer Behind Enemy Lines, finalist in the National Indie Excellent award.
• She Was an American Combat Nurse During WW II received the Historical Fiction Company 5-star award and only winner in the Biography: Historical category in the 18th Annual National Indie Excellent Award.

Author Jeane Slone has written a TV Script titled: War Gals: Unsung American Heroines. It tells the tales about four cousins: a pilot, a welder, a spy and an army war correspondent. It is optioned by a Hollywood producer.

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