Time to switch gears again. After finishing a solid draft of The Sulphur Springs Cure, a fun little mystery with an 82-year-old protagonist (think Miss Marple crossed with Auntie Mame), which I've been working on for awhile, I decided to lay that aside and go back to song writing. I'm now finishing the fourth song in a five-song suite, Flowers For Aña Calil, that I've been composing for soprano Lilac Caña. This is the final piece to be completed. The fourth piece is Puck's Song, by one William Shakespeare. It's the lightest of the five songs, but the one that has eluded me most. The first three songs are already recorded on Lilac's CD, Blossom (www.cdbaby.com/cd/LilacCana.) Do yourself a favour and check out this remarkable singer.