Thanks for the advice. Yeah, after the fact I was quite sure I'd played it badly. To be fair though, the table was somewhat weak and people were routinely folding to my mini-bets.
Although I wouldn't necessarily say there's no point betting again on the turn after a raise, because those raises are often to test if the other player has anything, especially against a mini-bet. If you bet again, it may represent to the other player that you have a hand. I was hoping this doubt might keep him from betting too wildly so I could get a look at the river with my 2 overcards and flush draw (and royal draw, hehe).
I agree I played it wrong, but that's just what the thought process behind it was.