Honestly, I thought at the beginning that Neko was going to be the sort of character who usually annoys the crap out of me, but then she turned thoughtful and introspective, and that made her a lot more interesting. Although weirdly her insecurity doesn't match her thoughts at the beginning at all, it's baffling why she was being so egotistical to herself.
Ahh so this is not Flying Witch, but it seems like a nice relaxing read. It might be a little tame with a witch who is just nice though, there is no substitute for you Marisa.
I said earlier that what she displayed in the beginning, with the big ego but nothing to back it up, was an archetype I really can't get to like. Marisa is pretty much the opposite of that, she's got that big ego and loves to make a splash, but she's also the real deal and can put her Master Spark where her mouth is.
The fact that the second half of the story abandons that and gives us instead a witch who's genuinely insecure about her ability and knows her shortcomings, which sets up for her later dealing with them, redeems her a lot for me.