As an ex-muse user, I understand that you are talking about inline images. It’s not a feature that is particularly useful in today’s world of responsive websites. Although it was possible to do it in Muse, it was a multi-step process. Copy the image, place it and then use the wrap panel to set up the wrapping options. The problem always started when switching to other device views, such as a mobile. Whilst the text would reflow, the inline images had a bad habit of being non-responsive, meaning that they often displayed beyond the width of the device viewing screen.
With blocs app, the situation is more in line with the needs of responsive designers. It’s a discipline that allows text and image brics to be added to a page, safe in the knowledge that they will rearrange and resize correctly on other device screens. In many respects, I think your style of website would be better suited to a blogging platform so that you can simply create a number of articles, each with their own inline images. That said, I have created a number of article-type websites and found the bloc/bric arrangement to be very helpful. Essentially, I treat a bloc as an article container and then add paragraph brics for each paragraph of text I’m writing. Not only does this create nice, evenly spaced out paragraphs, it also allows me to go back and add-in image brics or multi column rows between paragraphs at a later stage. The key is, I know that all my content will be responsive. Personally, I haven’t found it any more time consuming than using MUSE with its multi-step method of adding inline images. I also have the flexibility of adding multiple images in a row between paragraphs - simply add a multi column row for the number of images to be added. They all space out nicely and all respond to different device layouts.