No, just notice already!
This work was written with that feeling at the base.
A sub character who doesn’t notice the identity of the fighting protagonists spots them around here and there. All the protagonists manage to skillfully play it off.
From time to time, they play it off in a, no wait, that’s really pushing it, kind of way, but even so, the sub character does not notice. It was pretty much what you’d expect.
And then it hit me.
“What if that non-noticing sub character was actually the protagonist…?”
And well, one thing led to another.
So with this and that, it’s a pleasure to meet you, I’m Nozomi Kota. This is my debut work.
I didn’t read a single novel throughout elementary, middle or high school and had my mother write all my summer break book reports, so why am I even here… there’s no telling where you’ll end up in life.
I give my thanks to the following
When I can’t shake off the feeling of being a student (wait, I still am), my editor who put up with me and gave me all sorts of advice. Takatsuki Ichi-sama for drawing all the gorgeous illustrations in this work. Everyone who awarded me the 5th Japon Grand Prize. I am truly thankful. It’s all thanks to you that this book was safely sent out into the word.
All you readers who took up this book, where I’m not really sure if a boy meets girl or not, have my deepest gratitude.
Ah, by the way, I plan to put out a book with GA Bunko in September.
(TL: Referring to Happy Death Day)
It’s a work that received the award of excellence in the 3rd GA Bunko Grand Prix. Go ahead and give it a read if you want. In ‘I Really Don’t Notice’, I’ve completely changed my writing style, so I’d be happy if you puzzled over, “Was this really written by the same person?”
Well then, if the chance arises, let’s meet again.