I have 3 of the books from the Feeling Good series by David D. Burns. They are all excellent sources of hope and help to people with depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders. I have scanned these for my own use, proofreading as I use the books. Maybe my scans are clean enough to be used as bso versions. I know why the original Feeling Good book could be messed up. I'll bet you ten bucks the submitter didn't turn on column detection. This book series is loaded with pages that have 2, 3, or even 4 columns on them. Two page scanning would be out of the question for any book in this series. For speech users, my scans would be fine. I have no idea how they would look in Braille. I needed the books for my own use and never bothered fixing things like line breaks because I don't hear them as I read. If I take some time to polish them up a bit, is anyone here willing to validate them? The text looks pretty good, and I still have the print books if pages do need to be scanned again.
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