about the author

To speak openly (and, more importantly, in the Third Person), Bryan is a Wondernaut/fairweather Fictionary who has written for the CW's (formerly the WB's) "Smallville," staffed on seasons eight, nine and ten. Bryan has also penned the third volume of DC Comics' "Batgirl." He is currently writing "Smallville Season 11" for DC Comics, as well secret things for secret companies, organizations and publishers.

It should also be made clear that he has almost never seen a Frankenstein.

curriculum vitae

Donuts are awesome and I like to eat them.  I would like people to know where they can find donuts worth eating.

Sunday
Jan082012

So, One Day, I Got Bored.

I'm in-between undercover projects and have run out of videogames to play. Since my dogs don't know how to hold a conversation (YET!)... this is happening.

As an adult, I find myself in desperate need of editorial outlet.  Considering I work in "entertainment," it was necessary to find something I could both gripe and praise without fear of stepping on toes I might one day need to dance with.  And what's the most harmless thing I can blog about; something that everyone, young or old, male or female, enjoys?  I think it's quite obvious, actually:

Donuts.

Much like snowflakes, no two are alike.  Great donuts are truly hard to come by.  It is my goal, with (hopefully) weekly frequence, to locate, evaluate, and expound upon donut-houses...  To shine a bright light on noble Castles of Confection.  Now, at the same time, I may squeeze in some journal entries about different stages of different projects that I'm working on, the ultimate goal in mind of helping enlighten those that may pursue similar endeavors.  Then, of course, there's the "oblivion" portion of everything, wherein I may or may not rant about how people behave in parking garages and in bank lines (mileage may vary).

Some of you may know from "Smallville."  Others, from DC Comics' "Batgirl" Vol. 3.  Then there's the rest of you, the bold, brave pioneers of blindingly stabbing forward through the gridlock of triviality known as the information "super-highway."  To all who've made it this far, I salute you.

So, without further ado... TO THE READING!