Michael Zomber appeared on the iUniverse podcast 2nd edition and talked about his published book, Shogun lemitsu. During the dialog, Michael Zomber talks about his inspiration that moved him to author the book, his love for the Japanese culture, and the larger Japanese history. Definitely worth your attention if interested in the other side of this world-famous author.
Michale Zomber says that he is very passionate about the world as a whole. For the last forty years, Zomber has been collecting armor, and antique arms and he is more than willing to share as much as his knowledge extends as possible. The history channel is one of his outlets to share his knowledge. With a series documented on guns, Michael Zomber will have you assured that guns are not the only passion he adores.
His love for the Samurai Japanese swords has driven him to share more to the world through his writing screenplays and as a very talented storyteller has riveted many. Zomber’s historical novels shed more light on the sole reason as to why these weapons are individual and their influence on future historians and leaders. His expertise has rendered him known worldwide for his expertise in history, and his Bushido documentary, Soul of the Samurai, has unveiled him as a respected, honorable historian.
Zomber and his wife founded a film company, Renascent Films, LLC. Due to this topic’s nature, Zomber thought it was a wise decision to be part and parcel of the organizations that foster peace. Residing in Philadelphia, Mr. Zomber, and his lovely family rightly fit into what many experts are living around him.
There is always a way, and there is always a warrior way. For Mr. Zomber, a Samurai culture expert, the way of the warrior, famous by the name Bushido, is the ultimate guidance on how a person should conduct him or herself. For Zomber, that specifically means applying the principle in numerous areas.