The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess volume 10 - One volume to go, the end is firmly in sight!
Wandance volume 1 - Not sure what to make of this one yet. The art is great and I like the premise, but I worry the characters will be a bit... one note going forward. At the very least it felt a little difficult to get attached to the characters, which is a shame. I'll pick up a couple of further volumes at some point anyway and see where it goes.
My Daughter Left the Nest and Returned an S-Rank Adventurer volume 6 (LN)
Isekai Tensei: Recruited to Another World volume 2 - It's a shame the art for this one isn't better. Often it's hard to tell what's happening, which is not ideal!
The Conquerer from a Dying Kingdom volume 2 (LN) - I really liked Volume 1 of this series, but Volume 2 kept time skipping after setting up some interesting plot points and then never going back to explain what happened. I'm going to give Volume 3 a chance to restore my faith in the series, but if it does the same thing I will probably drop it there.
The Great Cleric volume 10 (LN) - Caught up to the Japanese releases for this one, feels like we could be reaching a conclusion for the series in general (although I don't think the web novel is done).
She and Her Cat (novel, complete) - Review on the site.
Usotoki Rhetoric volume 1 (reread) - Likewise, review is already available. Had a blast rereading this one, some excellent dorky energy.
The Savior's Book Café Story in Another World volume 4 - This one continues to be a cozy read as the MC tries to live a peaceful life while getting dragged into the wider problems of the kingdom. I think there's only one more volume available in Japan and it may be finished in that one, which feels like it will not be the end of the story on the whole but we'll see.
Dragon Daddy Diaries: A Girl Grows to Greatness volume 4 (LN, complete) - 4 Volumes feels like the perfect place to end this story of a dragon and the human daughter he's been looking after. I'm a big fan of author Ameko Kaeruda's work and it was nice to see them branch out into a new genre as opposed to sticking with the Yuri/GL stories (not that there's anything wrong with those of course!). Looking forward to seeing what they write next that's for sure.
A Man and His Cat volume 7 - Kittens! Now 7 volumes in I think mangaka Umi Sakurai knows how to weave together the emotional human drama with the more carefree daily lives of the cats. Certainly, we're a long way from the days when Sakurai repeatedly hammered home the point of how important Fukumaru was to Kanda and gets these sentiments across in other ways.
The Ancient Magus' Bride volume 16 - Happy I picked this one up in the end now it's starting to get to the point of this whole arc and move away from this stuff I've been enjoying less. Seven Seas are actually quite behind with this now, there are a further three volumes out in Japanese so if they can blast through those we may even see the end of this arc entirely.
Super Hxeros volume 9 - Three more volumes until the end, not entirely convinced this one has three volumes of plot left to tell! Will be interesting to see how the author decides to drag it out. Speaking of dragged out, I am particularly tired of Hoshino and Retto not getting together. They know they like each other and it has been that way for three whole volumes now. We really need movement!
Matcha Made in Heaven volume 1 - A new josei Kodansha digital debut. The premise is pretty fun, a woman runs away from her stalker ex back to her home in the countryside. Only she returns to find things have changed dramatically, her brother now has a daughter and the stern-faced stranger running the family's tea farm! Things are only made worse when the stalker shows up and she declares she's married to this man, something she can't easily back out of now her brother's daughter is attached to the idea... It's not particularly rooted in reality (the stalker scenes are quite unhinged), but as far as 'fake romance' and family life stories go, it's certainly not bad. I'll certainly read Volume 2 to see where things go for our plucky protagonist.