I first joined S.W.A.G. some years ago, when my first novel, involving Confederates, Nazis, and a giant airship, was published. Since then, I rather lost touch with the Guild, despite being firmly stuck in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Since that first novel, I have published many others (my Amazon page is here), including a "dieselpunk" or "steampulp" novel set in pre-Revolutionary Russia, and a thriller set in Japan.
My main output has been Sherlock Holmes adventures, however, in which I attempt, and according to the critics with some success, to duplicate the style and atmosphere of the originals by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. These have proved to be great fun to write, with established Sherlockians and newcomers to 221B Baker-street alike enjoying them and writing nice things about them. See my Sherlock Holmes site for details.
My latest offering sees a Verne-ian/Wells-ian adventure in 19th century Paris, where Jules Gauthier explores The Untime. I wrote this in a deliberately 19th century style, and tried to give the characters 19th century sensibilities.