1. I compiled my manuscript from Scrivener (where I've already written the whole thing) and saved it into Dropbox in a PDF format.
2. I opened it in Goodreader on my iPad. It's an amazing app. I can write edits directly on the page, like so...
3. I uploaded what I edited into Dropbox (up to chapter 8 so far...my goal is to do edits everyday and then fix up the manuscript one day a week...it was supposed to be yesterday but I slacked..my parents are coming to visit tomorrow and I have a lot to do)
4. Opened up Scrivener and added my edited version into the 'research' area of the program, then opened it so it was side by side with the actual manuscript and Viola (spelling?)...I can scroll each down as I go and edit my thoughts in a very user friendly and completely simplified way, all without killing a single tree. In fact, none of my entire 80,000 words has ever seen a piece of paper.
And that's all for today :)