Jeane Slone


Jeane Slone is the Vice President of the Redwood Writer’s Club, a member of the Healdsburg Literary Guild, Military Writer’s Society of America and the Pacific Coast Air Museum. She is a tutor for the Adult Literacy Program.
Ms. Slone writes two blogs and a blog interviewing new authors:
Ms. Slone published the historical fiction, She Flew Bombers about the true adventures of the Women Airforce Service Pilots during WWII.
Jeane Slone enjoys researching pieces of the forgotten past especially involving female heroines and multi-cultures.
She is currently researching her third novel She Was a Spy During WWII.
Ms. Slone is an avid kayaker with the Russian River outside her window. Visit:

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She Was A WW II Photographer Behind Enemy Lines
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 132,920. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » History » War
Jeane Slone’s fourth acclaimed historical novel Meet Lieutenant Adeline Peterson, war correspondent in eleven theaters of war — a brave, determined, and resilient woman who broke gender biases to photograph the world and document the atrocities of war.
She Was An American Spy During WW II
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 64,700. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
Jeane Slone writes her third historical fiction once again about the amazing women of the forties. In this novel, meet Kathleen Dwyer, who on a whim answers a classified ad for a secretarial position. Little did she know that she would be entering the world of wartime espionage and spy training.
She Flew Bombers
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 59,190. Language: English. Published: August 17, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA
“She Flew Bombers is a funny, sad and heroic story about the strength of one woman, Violet Willey, and her WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) colleagues. Flying a dizzying variety of airplanes was a constant challenge of WASP pilots, as well as the terrifying problem of sabotage. The reader will easily understand the origin of the term, “Flying by the seat of their pants!”

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