While writing historical fiction, Michael Zomber likes to keep his characters and facts authentic. He has written quite a few historical novels, as well as a dozen screenplays. Some of his works consist of: “Park Avenue”, “Sweet Betsy That’s Me: A Child of the Civil War”, “A Son of Kentucky”, and several others. While viewing his Facebook page, you will see information and links to his current novels that have been printed.
Michael likes to collect antique firearms and create documentaries that focus on this. He has appeared as a guest historian on the History Channel’s Tales of Guns series. In addition to his passion for antique firearms, he has an internationally recognized authority on Japanese samurai swords. With is collection of antique firearms and samurai swords, Zomber tries to preserve and protect history.
If you are interested in Samurai masters and Samurai swords, I would recommend checking out the “Soul of the Samurai” documentary film that Michael Zomber made. He worked closely with Zen Buddhist master the Reverend Kensho Furuya to make sure the document was nothing less than perfect. He seems to take a great deal of care into making sure he has everything correct when it comes to the facts. I applaud his tenacity in the work that he has accomplished so far.
Michael and his wife, Andrea, also support various philanthropic organizations such as Antiwar.com, the Randolph Bourne Institute, Global Exchange, Amnesty International, Disabled American Veterans, UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, The Smile Train, and Get Lit’s. In my opinion, it’s always great to see someone give help with the organizations that they are passionate about. When not busy with his historian endeavors, they spend time with their two children, while residing in their home outside of Philadelphia.