I saw your comment about learning using the Elemento course. I probably should have bought this course as well but decided to try learning it using many of the other routes. Then after a few years of learning, I thought that maybe the Elemento course would be too basic for me for the most part. I'm probably wrong. I've found an expert to help me who lives in Germany. I email him my answers and he replies so then I can try to improve on my weaknesses. By the end of the book that I'm working on, I hope to be unofficially a level B1 or B2 or at least be able to write flawless esperanto!
Anyway, I've definitely like to work with you if I can. If anything, working together will help to consolidate what you have learned and what I have learned as well.
I've got my own esperanto group set up on Skype. There are some top level C2s - most active guys are about level A2-B1. Please join - we just the channel to keep our esperanto ticking over really like a chat-room. I own the room and won't allow any arguments and the like so you will have no worries. Please feel free to join: we can use this as a platform if you need help with any esperanto - you can expect a response back within 1 hours tops!! Every word is in esperanto though as some members don't speak any english so its not fair if all start talking our own language: krokodili
Please join and participate: https://join.skype.com/l4nKgo1asyx8