Michael Zomber has been able to achieve fame in a number of different areas. For starters, he has been a regular contributor to cable networks such as A&E and the History Channel. He is frequently interviewed for various shows they have produced which deal with some of the historical periods that Michael knows a lot about. This type of regular exposure on two very popular cable networks has helped to get Michael’s name out there and develop his brand. He believes that the exposure he has received on both of these networks has definitely helped to take his career to the next level of success.
Writing has been a passion of Michael’s for many years. Therefore, it is no surprise that he has penned several successful novels during the course of his career. He went to the University of Illinois where he received bachelor’s degrees in psychology and English. He then furthered his education at UCLA where he received a master’s degree in English literature. These degrees gave him the skills necessary to become a great writer and attract a publisher that was interested in buying his work.
Michael Zomber has been able to gain the respect of even the toughest literary critics through his tremendous talent for producing compelling prose. He has been able to achieve equal amounts of acclaim writing both fiction and non-fiction novels. 2009 was the year he released the non-fiction novel “Jesus and the Samurai: The Shining Religion and the Samurai” to widespread praise and glowing reviews from many of the most important publications that regularly cover the release of new books. “Sweet Betsy That’s Me: A Child of the Civil War” and “Shogun Iemitsu” are fiction novels that Michael is extremely proud of.
He was also responsible for a highly acclaimed documentary film that shed new light on what it was like to be a samurai living in feudal Japan. “Soul of the Samurai” was the title he chose to give the movie.