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What's it like to record your own book?

Audiobooks are increasing in popularity but many authors admit they have a phobia about reading their own books.

What is it like for those writers who record audio versions of their work?

Two writers give their contrasting experiences to BBC Radio 4's Front Row.

For Caitlin Moran, recording her best-selling memoir How To Be a Woman entailed overcoming a lot of embarrassment.

For Lady Antonia Fraser, reading her memoir about life with Harold Pinter - Must You Go? - for BBC Radio 4 was very "tough" as the book concludes with Pinter's death.

  • 01 Mar 2012