I like third person. I have trouble engaging in first person stories. So I write what I find interesting.
I tend to write in both as I am writing. I like using first person for my main characters and third for the rest of the charcters.
Depends on the story line, but I tend to convert the voice to first person.
I find that the voice I use most in my writing, is that of the the third person, but more of a third person unrestricted omniscient. Describing into depth, the thoughts and feelings, felt but each character in the story and giving a more descriptive telling of the events surrounding them.
I prefer the first person narrative, makes it more engaging while reading and allows a lot of scope for emotions to be played out.
First person has problems and can only be used in certain circumstances. It can spoil the story if you can only see inside one person's head.
For the "Detective Mike Walsh" series of novels, I have chosen First Person. I tried writing it in Third Person and found it was not working with the characters or the events that occurred. For this series, I am comfortable with First Person.
Perhaps, as I learn and develop my stories, I could change. I just don't know if or when that may happen.
My writing style lends itself well to a first person perspective. Since I often am seeing the story develop while I am writing, I like to describe what I am seeing. Often, I will take on the persona of one of my characters and tell the story from their point of view.
I have written in both first and third. To me it all depends on the story and the emotion I am trying to get across. I guess I like them both equally
Third-person; even though first is sometimes better for certain stories, third gives you the angle and allows, I think, for more emotional output in the end.
Third-person. I think it helps the reader to get a better perspective of the story.
Lately I've been writing in first person.
Depending on the situation I use both first and third person. I use both in my books as well as in my blogs. First person is great when you have a view point to share. Third person is nice for story telling. I think if done correctly there is no wrong answer.