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06/05/07




Hey! My name's Phia, I'm 15 and Australian, and that's all the data you really need to know. I love writing and love the supportive fandom I've found on this site, but I love reviews the most - so indulge me! Of course praise is awesome, but constructive criticism's best... let rip!

:) Hope you enjoy what I've written.

xoxo Phia



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Stories by Phia Phoenix

A Black Christmas by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Every child dreams of a white Christmas. But for Sirius and Andromeda, they have only ever known Black ones. What will it take to change that? Written for the Ravenclaw 2011 Secret Santa, for my lovely co-Claw Immo! Merry Christmas!

Not Long Enough by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary:

Lily Evans - soon to be Potter - hasn't spoken to Severus Snape for years, and is both surprised and wary to receive from him an urgent note requesting that they meet to talk. Unsure of what to expect, she complies - and is utterly shocked when she finds out the reason that he wanted to speak to her.

A very short "missing moment" ficlet.


A Tale of a Stone, a Troll, and a Masked Man by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary:

‘I thought he would come… I expected him to come,’ he said, ‘I was, it seems, mistaken.’ Then Harry Potter stepped out of nowhere, and silence fell so completely that the Death Eaters could hear the fire as it crackled, and the breath of the massive giants, and the chink of a small stone that Potter dropped – ”

 

“Potter dropped a stone?” Roxanne interrupted, frowning.

 

“Yeah,” Scorpius replied, bemused.

 

The title sums it all up, really. Roxanne Weasley doesn’t spend EVERY Hallowe’en wandering lost in the Forbidden Forest, duelling masked villains and battling forest trolls. Not without a good reason, anyway.

 

A next-gen fic written for the Ravenclaw in-house Hallowe’en rarepair challenge.


Siren's Song by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: The Greek breed of merpeople are known as Sirens, and have entranced many a foolish sailor to his watery doom by means of their fair singing. But in many cultures there are tales of Sirens who have succumbed to the same snare they have spun so many: love.

Autumn Leaves by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Nobody can slow the seasons; and for some it seems every step we take leads us further down the path to winter. A poetic take on the tale of two boys, and their growth and falls.

As A Statue by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary:

When Salazar Slytherin left Hogwarts, it deeply affected every one of the other Founders.

But one was affected more deeply than the rest.

Alone now, Rowena Ravenclaw grieve.

Who, Salazar, who, can mend Rowena's shattered heart?


A short poem full of creative imagery.


Why A Mother Lives by Hermione_Rocks, Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: A great man’s greatest good luck is to die at the right time. ~Eric Hoffer

Some people are given this luck, and others have it snatched away from them. There's no way to tell who will be rewarded with the luck either. Even if you are giving life everything you have, even when you are living for the very same reasons as someone else, your experiences can be vastly different.

Kendra Dumbledore. Molly Weasley. They lived for the same thing, yet their lives -- and deaths -- were entirely different.

For the August One-Shot Challenge, Inter-House Co-op. Written by Phia Phoenix of Ravenclaw, and Hermione_Rocks of Slytherin.

Three Heads Are Better Than One by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Of course, if there's a venomous snake loose in the grounds, it simply has to go for Ron. And all the better if its venom is so fast-working that he only has two hours to live. Oh, did I mention Hagrid is away?

What do you think; can the Trio, Professor Lupin and a bunch of schoolkids find the antivenom in time to save Ron's life? Read, and find out.

Angela by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: Written around the lyrics to Angela by Missy Higgins, this one-shot explores a few "what if" questions: what if the places were reversed and it was Lily whose feelings for James were unrequited, what if Sirius had a sister and what if she happened to be Hogwart's very own Mean Girl? Well, if you feel like some light reading, try this story!

An Unexpected Ray of Sunlight by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Originally entered into the 2007 Autumn Challenge, prompt New Beginnings.

The boy Remus passes his days in a haze of pain and self-hate, loneliness and terror, with books as his only escape. It is the same every month, and he has lost hope that the cycle will ever end. But then there comes the unexpected ray of sunlight to pierce the haze, and make him human once more.

The Night of Change by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: We all know what happened on the terrible night of the battle in the Astronomy Tower, the night Albus Dumbledore died, the night of change.

Or do we?

One person has yet to tell their story.

This is a one-shot written before DH, but just to be sure I've called it an AU fic.

Merlyn's Story by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: History is full of people who have gone uncredited- or it would be. Merlyn, a notorious trickster in her sixth year at Hogwarts, belongs to this category.
This is the story of that fateful night in the Astronomy Tower, seen through the eyes of a young Hufflepuff witch, for whom the world will never seem the same.

A Warning Unheeded by Phia Phoenix

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Have you ever wondered about the history of the Gaunts? Or about Sybill Trelawney's great-grandmother Cassandra? Or that, possibly, the two families were once interlinked? No, I thought not.

But they were.

And though the story has been lost in the mists of time, one Seer's voice can still be heard, for those who choose to listen, as she tells of the beginning of the evil, and a warning unheeded.