Fascinating Author-Michael R. Zomber

Michael R. Zomber is a graduate of the University of Illinois with degrees in English and psychology. Zombler completed his Masters in English Literature at UCLA. He is married to one wife and a father of two. His wife encouraged him to start writing screenplays, which formed the basis of several novels. Zomber wrote and produced a whole-body documentary film to critical acclaim: The Soul of the Samurai. He is also an owner of weapons belonging to such prominent figures as George Washington and Simone Bolivar. He has also written a television series and full extent screen show for Shogun Iemitsu, which is based on one of his books.

He is a narrator at heart. Some of his writing credits are seven screenplays and four released novels, all available on Amazon. They include Sweet Betsy and Son of Kentucky, both of which are centered on Civil War periods. Also, Soul of the Samurai, a historical novel set in the 17th century Japan, Park Avenue a thrilling examination of high stakes world of auction and art and a short history of Christianity in Japan, titled Jesus and the Samurai. Zomber also consistently supports firms whose aim is to embrace peace, such as Doctors without Borders, UNICEF, Global Exchange and Amnesty International.

Michael Zomber is a fellow of many desires, one of the major being history. He associates with his wife on projects, including the establishment of their film production company called Renascent Films. Michael is well recognized as a weapons collector possessing treasured antique weapons across the globe. His proficiency is strongest and includes Islamic, Japanese, European, and American arms. Mr Zomber assembles and vends antique weaponry, with high esteem for the artistic potentials of exquisite workmanship. It is his wish that persons who purchase guns -and swords recognize the art of the weapons and their possible use. He has exhibited his thirty years of gathering antique weaponry on The History Channel for extended periods of time.


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  • Milstein Jones
    January 28, 2017 - 10:00 am | Permalink

    People who have a deep interest in Japan will want to read his historical books written about Japan. He is a fascinating writer with an extensive canvas of antiquity to write upon. It is very cool for essays on time to get their things to get started for what is going.

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