Chrisann Brennan, high school sweetheart to late Apple CEO Steve Jobs and mother to his daughter, Lisa, will pen the next great remembrance of revered tech guru. Brennan, who currently works as a painter in San Francisco, met Jobs during their formative high school years in Cupertino and later lived in a cabin with the man responsible for the largest tech company in the world.

Shortly after Jobs' death in 2011, Brennan published a piece in Rolling Stone about her late meditation partner in which she said that the 17-year-old Steve "had more than a touch of the cool sophistication of a Beat poet." She gave birth to their daughter Lisa Brennan-Jobs while she was in her early twenties. Although Jobs originally eschewed fatherhood, he later named a computer after his offspring.

The New York Times reports, Brennan's memoir has been bought by St. Martin's Press. According to the publisher it will cover their relationship, the founding of Apple and why everyone loved the guy so much. It is expected to hit iPads and bookstores sometime next year.

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