No matter what someone has done or how much they have accomplished, it is always difficult to write a book and put pen to paper and see it come to life. In the case of Michael Zomber, he has written five books, which can be purchased on Amazon.com. They are titled Jesus and the Samurai: The Shining Religion and the Samurai, A Son of Kentucky, Shogun Iemitsu: War and Romance in 17th Century Tokugawa Japan, Park Avenue, and Sweet Betsy That’s Me: A Child of the Civil War. They have been received very well by both critics and audiences. He writes the kind of books that really resonate with people and leave a mark on them upon reading them.
It is all because of the research he puts into each and every book. He wants to be able to educate people of all ages on various things. He has a gift and his gift is giving back in the form of books. He also has a gift in the form of documentaries. As they often say, real life is better than fiction. He has even been described as a storyteller at heart. When one puts together a documentary, they are putting something out there to educate, inform, and entertain the general public. That is a lot of responsibility as it requires getting all of the facts straight and having them all in order. It can be easy to lose an audience if the documentary is not compelling and well told. That has never been a problem for Michael Zomber.
To his name, he has seven screenplays. In addition to all of that, he has also done a lot of great charity work with his wife such as UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International and Global Exchange. They work together, hand in hand, arm in arm, to get the word out there about peace. It has been stated that because he knows a lot about war and has studied it with such depth, he has more empathy than most and more sympathy on the subject. He sees the brutal realities of it.