International mail workaround - pdf flipbooks

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Eoghan

Puritan Board Senior
Mucking around with pdf converters I produced a pdf flipbook of one of my amazon "vanity publishings".

It occurred to me that I could scan my handwritten letters and make them into a pdf "book".

I found an online website which did this for free but failed to bookmark it an never found it again - can anyone help?

email is NOT an option
 

Eoghan

Puritan Board Senior
Postal services currently disrupted to 41 countries

Albania - On Suspension

Armenia - On Suspension

Barbados - On Suspension

Bermuda - On Suspension

Bosnia-Herzegovina - On Suspension

Caribbean Islands – British Virgin Island, Dominican Republic, Cayman Islands & Haiti - On Suspension

Central & South America - Colombia and Costa Rica

Cuba - On Suspension

Djibouti - On Suspension

Equador - On Suspension

French Polynesia - On Suspension

Grenada - On Suspension

Guyana - On Suspension

India - On Suspension

Jamaica - On Suspension

Kuwait - On Suspension

Lebanon - On Suspension

Macedonia - On Suspension

Mauritania - On Suspension

Moldova - On Suspension

Montenegro - On Suspension

New Zealand - On Suspension

Peru - On Suspension

Philippines - On Suspension

Russia - On Suspension

Samoa - On Suspension

South Africa - On Suspension

South Korea - On Suspension

Sri Lanka - On Suspension

St. Kitts and Nevis - On Suspension

St. Lucia - On Suspension

St. Vincent and the Grenadines - On Suspension

Taiwan - On Suspension

Tanzania (DAR) - On Suspension

Tunisia - On Suspension

Turks and Caicos Islands - On Suspension

United Arab Emirates (UAE) - On Suspension

Ukraine - On Suspension

Ukraine - Crimea & Sevastopol Regions - On Long-Term Suspension

Venezuela - Long-term Suspension

Zimbabwe - On Suspension
 

Edward

Puritanboard Commissioner
email is NOT an option

Would something like Google Docs work? And for email - is the problem with emails, or with sending emails. Initial coordination would be difficult under current circumstances, but one saves a draft of the email (or better yet, puts it in the deleted folder) with the attachments, and someone else logs into the account and reads the draft. Not foolproof, but harder to track than actually sending emails which are routinely intercepted and parsed, and would likely only raise red flags in some of the countries listed.
 

Eoghan

Puritan Board Senior
I can scan my handwritten pages, put them in a word document and convert them to pdf. I was looking for something a little bit "nicer" like a flip book. International mail is being disrupted and I DONT want to stop using my fountain pen!
 
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