Category: Leigh D’Ansey

Trip of a Lifetime

View in browser My trip of a lifetime!   I’ve recently returned from my first real holiday in 20 years. Most special was spending time with my son who I hadn’t seen since early 2020, when Covid turned all our worlds upside down. He… Continue Reading “Trip of a Lifetime”


The Three Quills are delighted to announce A Tangle of Todays and Tomorrows is up for pre-order now. In ‘A Tangle of Todays and Tomorrows’, we transport you into the timeless era of the Regency worlds of Stannesford, Northbridge, and Hunterlaw. Come and enjoy… Continue Reading “A TANGLE OF TODAYS & TOMORROWS”

Cover Reveal!

COMING SOON! I am loving the cover of Bk 3 in my Northbridge Bride series!  Arranged marriages are one of my favorite tropes, especially when the union is for the wellbeing of others rather than to advance the couple’s own interests.  Here’s a quick… Continue Reading “Cover Reveal!”

Introducing… The Three Quills!

Jen Yates writes Regency Romance with more than a touch of spice! Leigh D’Ansey writes Regency Romance with a sense of place. Caroline Bagshaw writes Scottish Regency Romance with a hint of intrigue. Three Regency Romance authors get together What happens when three Regency… Continue Reading “Introducing… The Three Quills!”

Regency Romance Retreat

An anthology for the Summer Solstice Caroline Bagshaw, Jen Yates and I had so much fun putting together our Christmas Regency Romance anthology, ‘A Tangle of Tinsel and Tartan’ that we’ve decided to repeat the process. Our next collection will celebrate the summer solstice. I have a perilous… Continue Reading “Regency Romance Retreat”

I’m so excited!

Tips for Writing the Regency Romance is available now for pre-order

If you have always aspired to write a Regency romance, this is the go-to guide for you.

The Beaumont Betrothal

I’m thrilled to announce the release of The Beaumont Betrothal, Book 2 in the Northbridge Bride series.

The Romance of Favourite Things

Winning this competition gave me the encouragement to believe in myself as a writer.

The Romance of Soap and Water

By the early 19th Century, bathing was on the cusp of change.

Does Writing have to be a Solitary Occupation?

The companionship of other writers, fresh perspectives and new ideas will not only help me grow as a writer but will enrich my life in ways that are immeasurable.