If you could be any place on earth where would you choose? Where to next? Jess I’m working on a collection of stown, New Zealand, just returning from a trek and sitting down to eat a huge Fergburger. essays that should come out as a Kindle Single soon and Rachel and I would still love to write another book together. I’m always looking for an excuse to go back to Asia. Rachel Paris. Always Paris. I know Rachel I’m in London for at least Jess I’d love to be back in Queen- it’s a cliché, but after living there for a few years, nothing will ever come close. How do you think travel changes women? the next two years. Then we’ll see . . . I’ve got a burning desire to go to Berlin, but who knows? Meanwhile, I’ve just finished writing a novel. What 3 books do you think a GGI should read? Rachel If I had to generalize, I’d say Rachel that it both broadens our ideas of what we think is possible for our lives – but also makes us very aware the need to protect ourselves and be our own best advocates however we can. Nancy Mitford’s Don’t Tell Alfred, Maud Hart Lovelace’s Betsy and the Great World and either book by the two women writing as ‘Magnus Flyte.’ I have an historically whimsical view on travel . . . Jess I agree with Rachel’s picks, but I also hope your readers love Graduates in Wonderland. It’s funny and honest and true – and I hope it makes women feel like they can do anything and be anything – and they’ll be fine. Graduates in Wonderland is out now! ENTER HERE for your chance to win a signed copy of Graduates in Wonderland & have a character named after you in Jessica and Rachel’s upcoming second book!