A fish-eye really isn't useful if you want to take close-up / "normal" photos.
Wide angle is perfect for landscapes.
A macro is great for insects / flowers / other detail. But you'll need to be rather close to your subject for them to work properly.
Going by the photos you have on your profile, you're best off at the moment with a kit lense (i.e. the one that came with your camera, normally a 18mm-55mm), or possibly going for a wide angle (I wouldn't go any smaller than a 18mm or you'll start getting the fish-eye effect where the sizing gets distorted).
Before you buy a lense, though, try to get to a camera shop to talk to the people who work there and try out a few of the lenses. This will let you have a look at what you can take with the lense.
Always you have to think what you want to photograph. When you want to do flowers, insects the macro lens would be perfect. If you prefer landscapes it would be better to buy the wide lens. If you want to do photos of birds, wild animals you need some longfocus lens. Fisheye lens usually isn't usefull.