I've decided to do my story in a Third-person narration. I am doing it in Third-person limited narration, since I'm pretty sure its the style I want to do. It's a Non-presence Narrator too, story told through the character eyes. I think... haha
Example of one of my chapters: (I've decided to leave out names for these examples. And this is still rough in the paragraphs, I apologize.)
"The wind blew violently—rattling the small basement window from the raging storm outside. It was almost doubtful the the tape sealing it would hold and (the protagonist) almost expected it to shatter. If it did, the problem wouldn't strictly be limited to the shattered glass all over the floor— and no doubt her feet— and the water spilling in. Her Aunt and Uncle could probably get away telling the officials her death was weather related when the room filled with water and she drowned.
It was barely noon—10:44 am to be exact. (the protagonist) still had an entire hour until her Aunt or Uncle would unlock the door so that she could get a start on the dreadfully awaited day. It wasn’t all bad. Littered across the cold cement, was her art supplies, the only items her Aunt and Uncle had willing bought her when she asked, and a portrait of herself— exaggerated. Extremely exaggerated — sitting upon the shoulders of a creatures made of fiery skin and a mane flames as it's hair. She had long since finished with it that morning, and now she just sat there, staring at the rust and water damaged ceiling, at the floating ball of light that bounced off the walls.
I think i did this right? I hope so, let me know if i should expand on something.