Author Joanne Edwards’ new book “The Apartment on Midwest Boulevard” is an interesting look at how smart technology is slowly eroding mankind's principles and values

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Recent release “The Apartment on Midwest Boulevard” from Page Publishing author Joanne Edwards is about a woman who, after traveling and living in a wide variety of places around the world, decides to an apartment on Midwest Boulevard in the big city. However, after living there for several years, she has begun to wonder if life in the big city is worth it.

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Joanne Edwards, a well-traveled writer with a Master of Arts degree in interdisciplinary studies, has completed her new book “The Apartment on Midwest Boulevard”: a gripping and potent tale about staying in one place for too long, and realizing that the people inhabiting the big cities of the world have become over reliant on the advanced technologies that are found in modern, everyday life.

Joanne writes, “Physical diseases can be controlled or cured with medicines. The only cure for hopelessness, despair, and loneliness is human companionship, love, and a hug. Perhaps our modern lives have too many different pieces which are changing too fast for many of us to understand.”

Published by Page Publishing, Joanne Edwards’ interesting tale plots the life of a woman who seems to have been and lived everywhere, from Texas, to Hawaii, to Canada, only to find herself living in an apartment in the big city on Midwest Boulevard, surrounded by people she couldn't understand.

Everyone seems to have a mobile device in their hands, and they all have their faces glued to their screens. Technology is so prevalent in the contemporary world that it is easy for regular people to forget that there was a time when computers and televisions weren't running 24/7. Technological advancements in the fields of science and medicine have helped improve people’s bodies and make them physically healthier than ever before. However, this same technology may be eroding not only hearts and minds, but also morals and principals.

Readers who wish to experience this important work can purchase “The Apartment on Midwest Boulevard” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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