This is quite an interesthing and original story.
Unlike many other Light Novels, this one has an interesthing aspect to it, which is that most of its chapters are disconnected.
Sure, such a thing could easily go wrong, but not on this Light Novel. While I'd recommend for you to read it in orther, there's no need to as most of the characters in each chapter tend to not appear again. Of course, that's not true for all of the characters.
Our protagonist here is Elaina, a witch who, inpired by some novel written by another witch, decided to travel the world to know many towns, peoples and
such. In every chapter, she's in a different place with different people and on a different adventure. weather that be her having to find something she lost, having to help someone with something, exploring a strange characterist of some town, or simply on a everyday randown moment.
All in all, I'd say this is a nice story to read along some other story. Sure, Majo No Tabatabi is a great story on its own, but the way it's structured just makes it nice to read a chapter, see some sort of adventure, and then move on to another story, only to come back when the next chapter is released to see a new story for you.
This works great with the way most translators do their, well, translations. Even if the next chapter takes so long to come out that you forgot everything about what happened before, there's not a problem as the previous chapters hardly have much to do with the future ones. Added to that the fact most chapters can be read in around half an hour and you got yourself a nice and light story to read when you feel like it.
So, would I recommend this to someone? Yes, ablsolutely. If you're looking for a nice, original story which is light on the reader, then you got yourself a deal.