Oh, is this the shoujo thread (mods might find it productive to change the title or content of thread's O.P. to be something like "Shoujo/josei General Thread"?)
>recommendation(There are already easily found lists of many currently mainstream or currently popular ones so these are more likely to be personal preference biased.)
Classic (relatively) works, from Watase Yuu, Ikeda Riyoko, and Ichijo Yukari for instances, are likely to be safe bets‐
And CLAMP's works are also, although the fujo content sometimes goes…bit far sometimes (LOL),
popular ones probably, and several of their portfolio have gotten adapted into anime if that's more preferred!
Morimoto Kozueko is also one who has some fun series, at least that I've enjoyed.
And Akatsuki no Yona
is another one potentially worth your try, which hasn't finished yet and has also had its manga been turned into anime (beware of the spoilers though).
For josei manga recommendations I am not anywhere as versed and acquainted as some others might be, so apologies there…not many suggestions to give there.
>Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood
One very very worthwhile series, that is excellently paced quite consistently, it is to go check out, even though technically the source material was not published in a shoujo magazine originally AFAIK. The author herself additionally was born in an agricultural region, later to go to the city, and has another series, about a youth who moves to the countryside from the city, called Gin no Saji
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