Normally, anymore (or any more in UK) meaning any longer used as an adverb not a as determiner, can be found in negative, conditional, or interrogative sentences. Americans may use anymore in positive sentences, but I'd like to skip this subject if possible :)
My question : is the use of nothing makes the sentence negative despite it's grammatically a positive sentence and so allows the use of anymore ?
Can I say and write :
Shara has always hated this town but she stayed there for her mother. Her mother has just died. From now on, nothing prevents her from moving on anymore
And what about nothing else ... anymore or almost nothing ... anymore ? They still both express the negation but not the COMPLETENESS. Is it a trouble?
John has a very weak will. And Sofia thinks if he tries cocaine just one time, then for him, nothing else will matter anymore
Another less important question : I find From now on and anymore a bit redundant. Is it the case or it's OK?
Thank you for all your remarks.