To have an impartial narrative in your writing means that you do not show bias in the pieces that you are creating. For instance, when writing an article that sparks controversy, the publication you work for may ask you to give the facts, and allow the reader to form their ideas and opinions. Discuss what an unbiased narrative means to you, and how you ensure you deliver an impartial piece of writing.
"I am objective, relying only on facts when I need to write a piece that has an impartial narrative. It's important to me that I allow my readers to form their own emotions, thoughts, and ideas behind a topic. Now, this is not for all topics and pieces that I take on; however, I am extra careful to remain unbiased when writing pieces on hot topics such as politics or religion."
"Much of what I write is humor or satire, which is often dripping in bias. When I have to write an impartial piece, I am cautious to find original and reputable sources as well as use many facts. Also, I use a third person voice when writing unbias pieces, to keep any opinion out of my work."