My Writing

Ever since I was a child, I knew I wanted to be a writer. I constantly buy notepads and my bookshelves are lined with all kinds of different books. But, as any writer may say, distractions get the best of me. I am really good at coming up with excuses not to write. But life is short, and my stories aren’t going to write themselves. 

My solution to my procrastination is to set a self-imposed deadline of every Sunday releasing an installment to the world.

Yes, they are flawed. I am human, and typos and mistakes happen. These are far from final drafts. I like to think of them as elaborate first drafts. But the important thing is that I’m writing and hitting that “publish” button. It forces me to work on the next part instead of constantly rewriting what I already have done.

My goal: to finish Dreadful Dantes, first draft, in summer 2017. I may get distracted, sure, with other stories like When Stars Align or The Lavender Trade, but I will always come back to Dreadful Dantes with my intentions known.

To follow me on my writing journey, subscribe to my blog and catch up every Sunday. You can also catch up with previous installments below. Leave me comments and don’t be shy to tell me what you think!

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Dreadful Dantes:
Follow ten people through their journey into Dante’s underworld.

Marie (Part I)
Marie (Part II)
Marie (Part III)
Marie (Part IV)Dreadful Dantes by Alison C. Wroblewski
Marie (Part V)
Greg (Part I)
Greg (Part II)
Greg (Part III)
Greg (Part IV)
Greg (Part V)
Henry (Part I)
Henry (Part II)
Henry (Part III)
Henry (Part IV)
Henry (Part V)
Mata (Part I)
Mata (Part II)
Mata (Part III)
Mata (Part IV)
Mata (Part V)
Violence Against Neighbors:
John (Part I)
John (Part II)
John (Part III)
John (Part IV)
John (Part V)
Violence Against Self:
Khada’an (Part I)
Khada’an (Part II)
Khada’an (Part III)
Khada’an (Part IV)
Khada’an (Part V)
Dante (Part I)
Jim (Part I)

To be continued…

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When Stars Align:

In 1956, Marilyn Monroe and her new husband, Arthur Miller, arrived at Heathrow Airport in London to begin filming with The Prince and the Showgirl. Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh met them at the airport and talked briefly with reporters before leaving.

Arthur: Part I
Vivien: Part II
Laurence: Part III
Marilyn: Part IV

The Lavender Trade:

Coming soon


The Duke Upstairs:

Coming soon


Short Essays:
The Three O’Clock Hour


Authors of interest who have inspired me:
Dorothy Parker
Halldor Laxness
Penrose Halson


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All stories are protected by copyright to Alison C. Wroblewski, all rights reserved 2017.


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