As I re-edit my first manuscript, I realize that writers may attempt to create while working a 9 to 5 and so many errors go unnoticed. Also, writers evolve and views change as wisdom seeps into the consciousness. So, sometimes, writers may have to make changes. Reviews or public feedback can often drive these decisions as well. Research shows that even the great writers such as Bronte and Alcott had to alter their stories in the telling of Jane Eyre and Little Women to meet the approval of their readers. So edit your manuscript until it feels right for the times.