Here, far from any Los Pollos Hermanos franchise, my co-author has explained where we are with book-project-writing. While every episode includes "extra" material, there were half a dozen items that we just couldn't cut down to a couple of hundred words (which is the average length of what we're calling the "short extras"). So rather than slice-and-dice them, we're having these in the book as "long extras." (Cunning name, don't you think?) Each will be essay length (around 1500 - 2000 words), which lets us get into more depth. Think of it like this - the short extras are neat little tidbits to impress folks with, sort of "did you know" types of things, while the long extras are meant to get you really thinking about the subject. So over the next two weeks we need to polish those up and get them to our Eagle-Eyed Editor.
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