Sometimes stuff just creeps in without my noticing.
In Confessions of an Average Half-Vampire, 99% of the times we see the character Patrick, he's in Scotland. And he's wearing a jacket. He's always wearing a jacket. Because in Scotland, it's normal to be wearing a jacket for any time during the year. Even on very warm summer days (which, in Scotland, means anything over 70 F.), one always carries a jacket because one knows the heat is not going to last.
So, I've done edit after edit after edit on All in the Half-Vampire Family, and I just NOW noticed that in a tense scene wherein Patrick, whom Eric admires greatly, is fighting off a horrid attack of bloodlust -- he's wearing a jacket.
Fine, so I always picture Patrick wearing a jacket. But in this scene, it's July. In Utah. In the middle of a heatwave that's torture for Eric. Granted, it's nighttime in the scene, but that means it's likely still close to 80 degrees F.
And he's wearing a jacket.
Not anymore, he's not.
This is why editing is so necessary.