Rob Worley Returns to Gila Flats

Rob Worley, one of the most talented and diversified independent writers in the field, has brought forth book 2 from his critically acclaimed young adult fantasy series Heir To Fire!

LOS ANGELES—- ACTIONOPOLIS, LLC announced today the highly-anticipated sequel Heir to Fire: Zephyr Mesa with a Kindle edition first printing. Rob M. Worley, writer of a diverse range of comics for nearly every publisher and audience, returns readers to the Arizona desert town of Gila Flats, home to invading spiders, giant lizards and young Ryan Morales who may just be mankind’s last hope. Heir to Fire: Zephyr Mesa simultaneously releases in downloadable e-book apps compatible on iPad, iPhone, PC, Mac, Kindle, and Android readers.

HEIR TO FIRE: ZEPHYR MESA – Ryan Morales and the town of Gila Flats are still reeling from the events of the first book. Having harnessed his fire abilities he’s dispatched the spider invaders that threatened to snatch the citizens of his town. Now something new trespasses on his home,  this time not from under the earth, but from high in the sky. Ryan must travel to Zephyr Mesa to confront these new visitors who may just hold the secrets of his lost heritage and the key to his destiny as the Heir to Fire!

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Rob M. Worley’s original junior novel came highly recommended from critics writing for such outlets as School Library Journal, Comics Buyer’s Guide and The Detroit Free Press. His most recent creation is the hit all-ages comic book series Scratch9. He’s also written numerous editions of Magic Wagon’s Boxcar Children series of graphic novels and Short Tales books for kids. Visit him on the web at


Actionopolis is the brainchild of publisher Shannon Eric Denton, who has years of experience with companies such as Cartoon Network, Warner Brothers, Disney, Sony, ToyBiz, Marvel Entertainment, FoxKids, DC Comics, and Nickelodeon. He and his Komikwerks co-founder Patrick Coyle have been publishing comics online and in print through their publishing company KOMIKWERKS since 2000.

About Komikwerks

Komikwerks has been partnered with Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment to publish a line of premiere Internet comics called Stan Lee’s Sunday Comics on Komikwerks also provided exclusive content to the AOL: RED website. Komikwerks has been featured in many news and entertainment periodicals including Variety, USA Today, and Wizard Magazine.

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Updated: October 4, 2010 — 11:02 am

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