Ever since Star Trek: Nemesis came out, the official Pocket Books novels set in the Star Trek universe had become much more coherent and uniform, forming one long running plot and continuity. (Previous to that, most of the novels were episodic in nature, and were not beholden to each other in any way). This was presumably because Nemesis was to be the last of the TNG-era Star Trek movies, and so the Pocket powers that be felt they had creative control over the universe, that nothing "canon" would override them any longer.
With the release of Star Trek in 2009, that seems to be no longer the case. A fairly significant event did happen in the standard universe - the destruction of Romulus, and the loss of Ambassador Spock. It was this event in the main universe that caused the creation of the alternate universe of the more recent movies.
Have any of the official novels set in the main universe yet referenced this event? If not, (that is, if Romulus is still intact in the novels' continuity) is it because the timeline of the novels hasn't yet caught up to the date in which Romulus was destroyed, or are the novels' authors flat-out ignoring the events of Star Trek?