Michael Zomber was a guest on the iUniverse podcast not long ago on June 12th. His goal on the podcast was to discuss Shogun Iemitsu, his book. Michael Zomber enthusiastically talked about what motivated him to pen Shogun Iemitsu.
Michael Zomber is without a doubt an individual who has many interests in this life. He knows a lot about the realm of antique arms. He loves telling everyone he meets about antique arms and why they’re special. He has been busy acquiring antique arms for roughly four decades now. That’s why it’s no shock that he’s equipped with such an extensive selection of armor. The History Channel routinely welcomes Zomber as a knowledgeable guest. He enjoys talking about antique arms while on The History Channel.
Samurai swords are yet another big focal point in Zomber’s life. He created a Bushido documentary called “Soul of the Samurai.” Zomber’s objective with Soul of the Samurai was to help keep the concept of Bushido alive and strong in contemporary society.
As Facebook indicates, Zomber is a happily married man who resides in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. He loves working with his wife on many of his efforts. Zomber even shares a film production business with her. This company is called “Renascent Films LLC.” Zomber and his wife have two kids. They’re Christopher and Gabriella. Although Zomber lives in Philly right now, that wasn’t always the case. He’s actually a Washington, D.C. native. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California. That’s where he received an English literature master’s degree.
Michael Zomber is the type of person who genuinely revels in storytelling. He adores nothing more than exchanging information with other people. That’s the reason his writing background is so strong and extensive. He’s written a variety of historical novels. “Sweet Betsy That’s Me: A Child of the Civil War” is an example of one of Zomber’s available historical books.