September's New Books on the Block

Every month To Read, or Not To Read receive many requests for book reviews, and as much as we love reading, we often don't have time to read and review every book that comes our way. So, this feature was created to help spread the word about books that you might not know about: New Books on the Block. It's designed to highlight new-ish books in the literary world. Doesn't matter if it's self-published, indie, or whatever. I hope you get a chance to check out some of these books. If you're an author and you'd like to see your novel featured, please click on this link to fill out the form.

NOTE: This essay is about 30 pages long and is meant to be a 45 minute read.
From USA Today featured author Brian Barton... 

What happens when you enter Apple's top secret design lab without permission? What did Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, write in his 13-word email to the author? And, what's the scene really like at Apple's Cupertino campus? The answers are in Words with Steve Jobs.
Join the author, an ex Apple freelance employee, on a joyous (non-proprietary) romp through his tenure at the company's Cupertino headquarters. You'll get a unique view on Macworld 1997, the "Get a Mac" ad campaign, and the lunchtime crowd at CaffE Macs--even Apple's hip designers. Words with Steve Jobs is an essay about Apple during its salad days.