Are you more afraid of poverty than death?

If you grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, you may have been shielded from the full weight of existence by a happy and prosperous middle-class family, as well as access to an education which seemed to imply that your own life would be similarly rich with possibility.

How is that going?

The only verb that matters.

Explore the contrasting characters and stories of Sarah Stone and Arthur Fox through a wide variety of deceptions. And nothing else.


Realistically told, and in a realistic place: The streets and landmarks of Scarborough, Toronto's most notorious, misunderstood and fiercely proud suburb.

Two Characters, One Fate

Living in a common time and place, Little Red Lie alternates you through the perspectives of two individuals who never meet, but who are deeply connected nevertheless.

Sarah Stone

A middle-aged office administrator, residing with her family and drastically uncertain of the future.

Arthur Fox

A leading financial guru and motivational speaker. Extremely wealthy, charismatic and powerful.