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First, Cyn, Sandy, and Millie set sail on a Caribbean Cruise in Real Women Wear Red ; Lucky, Copper, and Mona met up in Las Vegas with_ The Tom Jones Club_ ; Donna went looking for herself in Sin City in A_ Shaker of Margaritas: Hot Flash Mommas_ , and now there are Cougars in Cabo .

It's true - I can now announce that my story, Cougars in Cabo, was accepted as part of the second "A Shaker of Margaritas" anthology, Cougars on the Prowl, published by Mozark Press to be released this fall. Woo hoo!

Check out the red polish in the Prelim cover below - could it be that “Real Cougars Wear Red?” lol!

I'm so excited to be included in the second "A Shaker of Margaritas" anthology, especially this one - Cougars on the Prowl. I've wanted to write some kind of cougar story ever since Mamma Mia!  

It’s not because I’m about chasing down younger men, it’s more because younger men seem to chase me. lol! And so the idea of a reluctant cougar caught my imagination. And my funny bone - this is just the kind of sense of humor I have.

But what’s really exciting to me, is that ever since my chicksover40 blog, I’ve been writing for women over 40 and it’s nice to know that publishers are paying attention to this market and publishing these stories, offering an alternative reading world for women our age.

So, if you‘re looking for those kinds of stories, please check out the first anthology, “A Shaker of Margaritas: Hot Flash Mommas,” available now. And the next one, “Cougars on the Prowl,” available this fall.

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