Finding time where you and your mentor can sit down and have some really engaging conversation about your works or your writing in general can be difficult, so I offer a bit of an alternative:
When I'm not churning out words here on Penena, I keep up on my own blog. It's called "The Knight Owl," and can be found over at theknightowl.net. While I use my blog as a means to update readers on my own projects, I regularly produce what I'd call "writing self-help articles."
I've been writing creatively for over a decade now, and I've learned a lot during that time. I try to share the things I learn in a manner that's both easy to understand and somewhat entertaining to read. I've gone over things like character development, plot devices, tenses, and a whole lot more so far! In fact, I often revisit subjects just as soon as I have an epiphany, so there's plenty of material to help you think of ways to improve your writing.
If this sounds like something you're interested in, go have a look!
As a side note, the more interest shown in the "writing help," the more I feel inclined to produce. If you find it helpful, or would like to request an article on a topic, feel free to leave feedback here!