You could perhaps try the novels of Marian Keyes - always enjoyable. Me Before You by Jojo Moyes? Both authors have written quite a lot, so should keep you busy catching up with their books if you like them.
I'm currently reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, which is just magical and beautifully written. Loving it.
Thank you both for your replies. My problem is if I enjoy a book I will stick with that author or genre for a while and I really want to broaden my tastes. I took your advice of the quick choice and picked S.J.Watson before I go to sleep. I had no idea what it was about as it was hardback and the synopsis didn't really give much away. I am really enjoying it at the moment and after 2 nights I'm just over half way through.
I'm also going to scan the best sellers list and get a few ideas from there.
Hmm, not sure I'm going to be very helpful, actually! It's hard to suggest anything specific - and I tend to use our local library for non-fiction rather than fiction.
Our library has special display units of 'quick choice' books, or something like that, all presented face out which can be a bit more appealing than rows of spines. Has your library got anything like that? I think the staff also keep a "if you liked this you'll also like that" sort of list, so maybe ask if yours has too. Or see the 'just returned' shelves to find out what everyone else has read.
Thanks for replying. I have quite a broad reading taste anything from crime to chicklit and most things inbetween. The only books I struggle to get into really are fantasy and historical novels. I'm hoping to really broaden my horizons so am open to all suggestions.