Beautiful, compassionate, and arrogant Pharaoh Sekhotep is the matriarch of Kemet, an alternate-timeline version of ancient Egypt. In my story "Sekhotep and the Key to Heaven", the Babylonians threaten her drought-stricken kingdom with invasion, so she must find the key to the spiritual realm and reverse fate itself to save her people. However, this will require not only a dangerous journey across Africa, but ultimately messing with the fabric of the cosmos themselves.
I imagine Sekhotep to be an adventurous type who prefers sports like hunting, swimming, and sparring with her siblings to sitting on her throne listening to babbling bureaucrats and diplomats. She's also an independently minded woman who doesn't care too much for all the gold-digging and lusty male wannabe-suitors she attracts.